July 2003 - Posts
For over a week, I have been going through Dino Esposito's new book on Applied XML Programming for .NET. A very descriptive and helpful book - I posted a review at Amazon.
New interface and makeover to this weblog system - kudos & thanks to Scott W. Great job and much appreciated!
I am trying to ascertain if the 'Building Comment Web Pages' under the Tool menu in Visual Studio .NET, is available as a command-line invocation (or via a control file). Anyone tried it? I don't mean commenting their code ;-)
PerfectXML's RSSConnect is a C#/.NET application (with code) that reads RSS feeds.
OReilly has released beta chapters from their forthcoming books including - ASP.NET, Regular Expressions & .NET Framework.
Lately, I have been working with quite a bit of XML within the .NET libraries. In certain cases, I could do a lot with the forthcoming XPath v2 (see prior posting) but that's not yet available for development. I came across Dare Obasanjo's article on EXSLT: Enhancing The Power of XSLT. It provides functions that support regular expressions, set based operations, and date-time processing. This hits the spot (for the moment).
The January '03 issue of MSDN magazine had an excellent introductory article on XPath 2.0 by Aaron Skonnard. Anyone know when it would be available under the .NET libs? Thanks...
I wrote a recursive method in C# that traverses through a nested directory structure within a VSS database. What are the limitations of recursive calls within .NET? Factors like stack size, GCs, etc.?
My GPS library to read and parse NMEA strings is on a holding pattern - I can't find a driver or patch to read USB ports. I need it to map to a virtual COM port as my mapping package expects COM port inputs also. I looked around how other GPS libs do it and can't find an easier solution other than to write a port mapper using the DDK.
SOAPScope beta v2.0 - new features include Soap 1.2, WSDL Analyzer and 'XML Diff’ on WSDL and SOAP for debugging.
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