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Re: Tinier SVG

From: Simon St.Laurent <simonstl@simonstl.com>
Date: Thu, 14 Nov 2002 08:48:40 -0500
To: www-svg@w3.org
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chris@w3.org (Chris Lilley) writes:
>Its an example. Simon, you are experienced enough and smart enough to
>be able to distinguish between a spec and an implementation without
>being prompted.

Fair enough.  It sounds like I'll need to develop my own spec to develop
an implementation, but that's hardly impossible in this constrained a
programming world.

>Also, your initial mail specifically said that it was not a change
>request, so kindly keep your W3C-bashing to the times where it is
>warranted and will do some good ;-)

Right, right, I'll get back over to the XPointer train wreck.

>>> so I'll just cook up something on my own. (I haven't had time for
>>> the project in the past few months, so that isn't a promise.)
>
>Aac> Do you have information/estimates about what proportion of
>Aac> devices ... in use or currently for sale ... are limited to 64K?
>
>I would be interested to hear that, as well.

I've not yet seen any of the J2ME Personal Profile devices, but they may
be coming soon.  There are a fairly wide variety of devices which run
J2ME PP's predecessor, PersonalJava (a cut-down 1.1), but that's been
deprecated for a long time now.  There are also some interesting
examples (I believe the Zaurus and something else which takes over an
iPaq completely) which offer J2SE Java, not just J2ME.


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