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Re: ANN: libRUIN project development release 0.1.1

From: Julian Graham
Subject: Re: ANN: libRUIN project development release 0.1.1
Date: Wed, 1 Feb 2006 08:41:35 -0500

Hi Klaus,
  libRUIN depends on (and is distributed with) a module called SDOM,
which depends on SLIB.  However, I can't figure out why I added this
dependency, so I think I'm going to treat it as a bug and remove it
for the next release.  Thanks for pointing that out.


On 2/1/06, klaus schilling <address@hidden> wrote:
> Julian Graham writes:
>  >
>  >   What this means, in short, is that libRUIN is a little bit like a
>  > browser in that it provides rendering for various flavors of XML+CSS,
>  > but, more importantly, it's an embeddable native library that you can
>  > use to quickly and easily create dynamic Ncurses user interfaces for
>  > your application without having to write any UI code (except perhaps a
>  > few lines of Scheme).  Of particular interest to Scheme programmers
>  > and Guile users -- while the exposed API and core of libRUIN is C, the
>  > XML parsing, CSS lookups, and DOM event handling (events are scripted
>  > in Scheme) are all implemented as Guile Scheme modules (see,
>  > respectively, the SSAX/SXML project, SCSS and SDOM).
>  >
> does libruin depend on the SLIB ?
> Klaus Schilling

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