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- From: Peter@ursus.demon.co.uk (Peter Murray-Rust)
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- Date: Fri, 27 Jun 1997 20:18:48 GMT
Following the discussion of the API and the elements-as-classes I have posted
my API for JUMBO as javadoc classes. Since there are over 3000 member functions
please excuse some awful documentation - some of it was done at an early stage!
(Also I haven't been able to copy the javadoc icons).
and the most relevant file there is
(It's only called SGML because I started it before XML:-)
The key class is SGMLNode, possibly followed by SGMLTree and DTD and
SGMLAttlist. If you read the API I hope you will get some feel for the sorts of
member functions that I have found necessary. Note that JUMBO is tree-oriented,.
[The graphical functions are in DrawableSGMLNode and SGMLTOC, so avoid those
if you are interested in abstract functions only.]
I'd value comments, and I'll try to help with the admittedly bad documentation.
In my defence, I had no idea where all this was going when I started - JUMBO
was not intended to be graphical, an editor, or to support hyperlinks :-)
Peter Murray-Rust, domestic net connection
Virtual School of Molecular Sciences
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