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> 0 - browsers are not required at any point and it may be helpful if
> we assume that the client environment does not have one.
> 1 - the client environment is managed by an intelligent human who is
> capable of and willing to following instructions to install a system
> but who wishes to do little or no programming.
> As an example, take only on the second and third steps. I could do
> something like:
> java -jar saxon.jar -o file://usr/pmr/a123.cml
> (I am not sure if Saxon resolves URLs but it shows the logic)
I see this as a serie of scripts
$ clax-create pubchem -url
$ clax-config pubchem -xsl http://foo.org/pubchem2cml.xsl
$ clax-get pubchem -p1 28309 -o file://usr/pmr/a123.cml
this help hide implementation details (java, saxon, etc.), and follow
the apt-get / svn succesfull style. SVN even store auth keys, so
communication can be private trough ssl. Hiding implementations
details can help If you ever switch from java to python.