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Re: KDE and DCOP
Author: Dave Winer Posted: 2/21/2000; 6:20:30 PM Topic: scriptingNews outline for 2/21/00 Msg #: 15173 (In response to 15172) Prev/Next: 15172 / 15174
In the old MacFrontier days, I loved the Commercial Developers' Suite, because it could create a (rudimentary) glue for any scriptable app. It's nice that modern RPC systems like XML-RPC and DCOP don't strictly require stubs, but sometimes it would be nice to have them.
That's what we just shipped today. A glue table for a scriptable app. No different, except that the app is on the web.
XML-RPC is no different from Apple Events, it's too tacky not to hide with a glue script.
And Don Box is doing the equivalent of 'aete's for web apps.
Big wheel keep on turning.
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- Re: KDE and DCOP, Wesley Felter, 2/21/2000; 6:27:01 PM
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