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Wed, 9 May 2007 00:43:56 -0500
This might be interesting as a way to get a portable
browser-based/Java enabled Axiom front end:
Java would significantly improve our ability to do system
independent graphics within a web page. I've been looking
into the new <canvas> tag in more detail but this might
make it a dead path.
In general, after 2 years of professional use, I've grown
devil will certainly be in the details. There is, as usual,
a lack of detail.
At the moment the plan is to re-use the current design
as much as possible as a target design.
We could use the current hyperdoc and graphics interfaces
as API definitions which would mean that sman could talk
directly to web-based code or use hyperdoc/view2D/view3D.
This would significantly lower the redesign costs.
In order to use the same algorithms it would be sufficient
to create a set of java classes that mimic the subset of X11
calls we currently use. This might be easier with the Java
There is no such thing as a simple job.
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