2001-June Archive by Thread

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If you think about it, it is confusing. Just go with the flow and everything will be all right.

  • [gdome]C++ wrapper, Tobias Peters
  • [gdome]A few comparisons with Xerces-C++, Paolo Casarini
  • [gdome]DOM3 working draft, Daniel Veillard
  • [gdome]Examples updated, Paolo Casarini
  • Re: [gdome]reference counts and freeDoc (fwd), Tobias Peters
  • [gdome]reference counts and freeDoc, Tobias Peters
  • [gdome]Re: [Re: [gtkmm] libxml v. Xerces-C ], Murray Cumming
  • [gdome]libxml v. Xerces-C, Murray Cumming
  • Re: [Re: [gdome]AM_PATH_GDOME?], Murray Cumming
  • Re: [Re: [gdome]GDome's object system], Murray Cumming
  • [gdome]SPEC file for RPMs, Wai-Sun Chia
  • [gdome]gdome2-0.6.8 is released, Paolo Casarini
  • Re: [gdome]LGPL? (fwd), Paolo Casarini
  • [gdome]GDome's object system, Murray Cumming
  • [gdome]AM_PATH_GDOME?, Murray Cumming
  • [gdome]LGPL?, Murray Cumming
  • [gdome][ANN] libgdome-ruby, Tobias Peters
  • [gdome]do I need to escape invalid xml characters?, rob
  • [gdome]how to check for gdome, rob
  • [gdome]News(3) on CVS preparing 0.6.8, Paolo Casarini
  • [gdome][build] Why is glib required ?, Florent Georges

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