[TxMt] XML support?

David Casal david at luminas.co.uk
Wed Nov 3 12:02:40 UTC 2004

On 3 Nov 2004, at 11:50, Allan Odgaard wrote:

> On 3. Nov 2004, at 12:40, David Casal wrote:
>> I see, thanks for your reply. Just curious though, how high is 
>> recursion support in your todo list ? ;-)
> I probably shouldn't make my estimates public ;) but it's a 1.1 thing 
> and I think 1.1 betas will start in 4-5 weeks, and 1.1 final will be 
> around christmas.


Ok so two last questions...do you expect that when you add recursion 
support, people will be able to use say (oh please) a bundle editor to 
do things like 'don't let me close parent tags against that namespace 
unless their child tags are closed'  ?

And, are the TD team expecting that things like XML support and other 
bundles are always going to be up to users to craft? Meaning, will you 
never yourselves develop bundles? Just wondering, because even though 
people like Justin French may help newbies like me through making one, 
XML support (XHTML, XSLT for that matter, see request list) is pretty 
basic but hugely important stuff to most webapp editor/programmers 
(though yes, I realise TM came out of DHH working on RoR, Basecamp etc 
where the XML paradigm is less prevalent).

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