[ros-dev] Feature Request
twotailedfox at gmail.com
Wed Dec 7 00:41:03 CET 2005
It's not so much MSI support, but the Installer looking for things
that arn't there.
On 12/6/05, nitro2k01 <nitro2k01 at gmail.com> wrote:
> While this is a good idea, I think such a project should be created
> with the whole windows-compatible market in mind, and develop MSI
> support for ROS.
> I'd rather see full MSI supprt ATM, to make ROS windows-compatible to
> the largest extent possible.
> On 12/5/05, Rick Langschultz <rlangschultz at cox.net> wrote:
> > XML is actively becoming part of technology and programming. Every
> > major development company has embraced some form of XML in one
> > product or another. I was wondering if ReactOS would be interested in
> > developing some form of application to handle XML-based applications.
> > These applications would be written in XML and bundled in a ZIP file
> > much like the ODF formats that OpenOffice 2.0 is using. XML
> > applications would be allowed to communicate with some processing
> > application protocols and functions. I think something like this
> > would be a great feature that would quickly allow novice programmers
> > to quickly develop applications for ReactOS and share them on the
> > website. Think of it, no compilation time. That would be great.
> > I will try to write a proof-of-concept application for Windows XP and
> > 2000 for trial and testing.
> > My main question is: If something like this is wanted/needed/or if
> > ReactOS members finds interesting would ReactOS think about
> > supporting it in the first production release. Which is still far
> > off, I would imagine.
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