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New SMIL tool: SMILGen

From: Rob Lanphier <robla@real.com>
Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2001 12:40:40 -0700
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To: www-smil@w3.org
Hi all,

In another announcement from RealNetworks, we're releasing SMILGen, a SMIL 
(and XML) authoring tool designed to ease the process of XML 
content                      creation. SMILGen understands XML syntax and 
handles the nesting and formatting XML. This allows authors to worry about 
the content that they are trying to author with out having to remember each 
quote and closing brace. SMILGen also understands the languages it authors, 
it knows what attributes a specific element uses or what child elements a 
given element may contain. Both of these features help eliminate a number 
of common XML syntax errors.

SMILGen is written in Python, and is released under the terms of the BSD 
license.   Details about SMILGen are available at the SMILGen website:

The SMILGen Team
Received on Tuesday, 25 September 2001 15:40:34 UTC

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