Subject: Re: Commit: Major importer overhaul
From: sam th (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Oct 09 2000 - 02:34:14 CDT
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On Mon, 9 Oct 2000, Dom Lachowicz wrote:
> I gave the importer a massive overhaul tonight.
> I wanted to make an ie_imp_WML class but realized that I'd be copying *far*
> too much code from the Abiword_1 importer. So I made a generic ie_imp_XML
> base class. Now any XML-based importer has to override only *2* methods to
> import into Abiword. Needless to say, it heavily reduces on both amount and
> the complexity of code too.
> ie_imp_WML and ie_imp_AbiWord_1 are my two test cases. The base class takes
> care of all expat vs. libxml2 differences, so the developer doesn't have to
> worry about that garbage. It'd be nice if someone (not excluding myself)
> would do a KWord importer to further test the robustness of the new class.
Well, just for reference, I wrote something similar (although it never
actually worked) way back when . I used it to implement a rudimentary
XHTML importer  (which actually worked, at least somewhat). I'll try
to ressurect it to test out your new class.
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