3 Aug 2000 kimusan   » (Journeyer)

XML is nice and so is PERL..
.... But not together!
After hours of work with the XML::Parser module for Perl, I gave up, and made my own functions for all the parsing stuff I needed. It actually took me far less time to make these functions than the time i spend on the Parser Module.
Whit these new functions I could finally get some more options done in the Nautilus Console Scripts we are working on at the moment. Hopefully these scripts will get ready to the first official release of Nautilus.
I was also playing around with the newest release of Evolution today. Goddamn the guy who made that Danish tanslations must have been smoking some grass when he did the translations. I had to turn it over to use English again to be able to use the program. Guys! Here's some work to do when you have som spare time left over.
I just saw that the Mozilla team has started to put "embedded" packages in their nightly directories. This means that great projects like Galeon can start working without having to install the whole big package of Mozilla things.
Hopefully they make all of the things more like libs, så that everyone can use them in their own programs i the future.

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