From: Don XML <donxml@ho...> - 2002-02-15 03:16:05
As soon as I get a chance (maybe tomorrow morning) I'll post the converted
interfaces up on the site. In looking at some of the DOM stuff, I wasn't
particularly happy with it's W3C compliance. I don't know if it is due to
quirks in the Java language, but things like read only attributes were
declared as methods starting with Get______. I took the generated C#
interfaces and ran them thru the new Visio UML tools. Nice!!! I could
easily rearrange the object hierarchy, change interface names, then
regnerate the C# code, and everything is updated correctly (including the
namespaces). It should be a lot easier to do mass changes on the object
structure with Visio. Which is why I haven't published the stuff I got yet.
Anyone else in the group have the new Visio distributed with VS.Net Arch?
Anyone want to help fix what we have to meet the W3C standards (or something
pretty close, but to .Net naming standards)?
For those of you that don't know the SVG DOM the spec will be you bible.
You can get it here: http://www.w3.org/TR/SVG/
You can get the IDL for the SVG DOM here: http://www.w3.org/TR/SVG/idl.html
The DOM spec is here:
http://www.w3.org/DOM/DOMTR - I think the SVG DOM is based on Level 2.
The DOM IDL for level 2 is here:
>From: "Donald Kackman" <don@...>
>Subject: RE: [Svgdomcsharp-developers] Name Poll And other things
>Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2002 16:15:40 -0600
>1) I like Sharp Vector Graphics. It's got a nice ring to it :)
>2) Since this library is going to be used by .NET developers I vote for the
>.NET conventions. It will make the whole thing more familiar and easy to
>for the people who are actually using it.
>3) Don, are you going to put the Batik outputs into SourceForge? I'd like
>have a look so I can get my feet wet a little with the SVG DOM.
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