There’s been a lot of talk on the AtheOS developer list about my proposed document format for Clio (the AtheOS word processor I’m writing). I initially made it XML-like, and there are enough benefits to making it legal XML that I decided to make it conform to the XML standard.
However, I don’t plan on using a generic XML parser, or on following the principles behind XML too closely. It’s not that XML is bad; it’s just that obssessively following its underlying design philosophy is suboptimal for a word processor, I feel. Some things are just cleaner if I break with tradition.
An example? Breaking the document out into
I received my cel of Mitsuki Sanada (Dual Parallel Trouble Adventure) from Anime Barn, so I’m happy with them. They have two other cels that I’m itching to grab, too. Can’t do it just yet, though; my VISA bill is still too high.
And it’s time for a new poll.
Added a new tutorial to AtheDocs, about implementing