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Re: OpenSP (Re: Macintosh charset blowing up?)

From: Nick Kew <nick@webthing.com>
Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2002 18:22:22 +0000 (GMT)
To: "Michael D. Crawford" <crawford@goingware.com>
cc: <www-validator@w3.org>
Message-ID: <20020110180827.B17472-100000@fenris.webthing.com>

On 10 Jan 2002, Michael D. Crawford wrote:

> On Wed, 2002-01-09 at 21:24, Nick Kew wrote:
> > Does anyone else with an interest in validation and/or web accessibility
> > hack C++?
> I do.  C++ is my current favorite and strongest language.
> Unfortunately, I haven't had a great deal of time for quite a while to
> contribute to much of anything.
> But if you want programming tips I'm happy to try to help.
> The Association of C and C++ Users (http://www.accu.org) has some
> wonderful mailing lists, I think they would be interested to hear more
> about validation.

It wasn't really programming tips I was looking for: I tend to find
that by the time I've formulated a sensible question, I can see the
answer.  And - er - I've been hacking C++ myself since the 1980s :-)

I was really wondering whether there might be anything to gain by
taking the time and trouble to put visval under world-accessible CVS.
If you - or anyone else on this list - would be likely to invest time
and effort, that could be an argument in favour of it.  Especially if
you already know the OpenSP code, which is big and sparsely documented.

Anyway, thanks for the thoughts.

Nick Kew

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