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Re: :zz: The Plan for ZigZag (4) FORMIDABLE LIST OF SMALL CHANGES
- To: zzdev@xxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: :zz: The Plan for ZigZag (4) FORMIDABLE LIST OF SMALL CHANGES
- From: Gossamer <gossamer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 14 Jul 1998 10:30:46 +1000
- In-reply-to: <220.127.116.11.19980713212722.008afb50@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; from Ted Nelson on Mon, Jul 13, 1998 at 09:27:22PM +0900
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Ted Nelson wrote:
> Well, here they are. And this may not be all.
> Please respond soon, even if you've only had time
> to skim this.
Just read it quickly, and the other one not at all.
My main response is that I -NEED- to be allowed to "port" (transfer,
actually) ZigZag to Object-Oriented Perl. It's getting too big and
too messy to be written in the flat way it is.
The OOP/modular style also means it's MUCH easier to (eventually) make
seperate modules so we can just "slot in" a different display module
if we want the output to go to a web browser, or whatever. Also that
we can just "slot in" a different data access module if we want it to
use an OSMIC server, or anything else.
And besides, I keep getting lost in the sourcecode the way it is -
it's too monolithic!!
Best estimate, give me a solid week - at my working speed - and I'll
have it going. It's more of a "rearrangement" than a rewrite :)
: Gossamer gossamer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx | Xanadoodler
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