[ic] Taking a Poll

Stefan Hornburg Racke racke@linuxia.de
20 Apr 2001 08:32:29 +0200

Dan B <db@cyclonehq.dnsalias.net> writes:

> Sorry for joining the thread late, but I was busy launching 
> http://www.diabeticsupplies.com
> At 10:42 AM 4/16/2001 -0400, you wrote:
> >I'd like to take the opportunity to respond to this thread, which I think is
> >a very appropriate subject of conversation on this list.  I think that
> >everyone realizes that with the documentation in its current state, it's
> >quite difficult for someone to get up to speed and really reap the benefits
> >of Interchange's depth of functionality. It's especially difficult for
> >someone who isn't a dyed-in-the-wool hacker.
> One point that was recently made is that it would be valuable to include 
> *more* documentation for the "dyed-in-the-wool hacker".  For example, 
> wouldn't it be great if there were a tool that took an IML page and 
> converted it to the equivalent perl?  (IC probably does this internally and 
> caches it, but could a developer access that?)

IC doesn't this internally, it "just" parses the page and calls the
appropriate functions which add up to the output.


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