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Re: Microsoft Hypes Up XUL As The Greatest Expiriment SinceAda


Oleg Tkachenko wrote:
> Moreover I wonder if XUL2XAML transformation is possible?

Now that's worth a thought or two. Most of us will probably need to make 
this work at some point. As Elliotte Rusty Harold points out, XUL uses 
CSS and although I disagree with him on the XML attributes VS CSS issue, 
he's right on the need for a CSS parsing module.

Although I'm not sure on whether a 100% mapping is possible between the 
semantics of the two languages, a transformer shouldn't be that 
difficult using SAX and a SAC [1] parser to handle CSS when going from 

Just registered an SF project for it and will start working on a Java 
version. Anyone cares to help on Perl, C or others?

[1] http://www.w3.org/Style/CSS/SAC/

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