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From Mathew McBride <m...@mcbridematt.dhs.org>
Subject Re: Using Batik's DOM & SAC API's
Date Fri, 13 Jun 2003 22:21:46 GMT
Would that apply to Batik 1.1. I've just downloaded Batik 1.1 and the 
CSSEngine is nowhere to be seen.
Thomas E Deweese wrote:

>>>>>>"MM" == Mathew McBride <matt@mcbridematt.dhs.org> writes:
>>>>>>            
>>>>>>
>
>MM> (maybe this should go to batik-dev).  Batik appears to contain a
>MM> lot of stuff that would do good in Jazilla.  In particular, the
>MM> DOM API and the SAC implementation are two things I particularly
>MM> want (and which I've tried to reinvent in Jazilla).
>
>MM> What I don't want to do: - End up forking batik - Modifing the
>MM> code in any way (the only Apache XML code I am likely to fork is
>MM> Xerces, in order to handle chrome:/// refs in the DTD)
>
>MM> So, how "isolated" is the DOM and SAC stuff in Batik. Which
>MM> interfaces do I need to use in order to intergrate such parts of
>MM> Batik with Jazilla. Any code refs here?.
>
>Hi Matt,
>
>    If you look at the 'install' page on the batik web site
>(http://xml.apache.org/batik/install.html) it shows the jar file
>dependencies for these packages.  As to how to integrate there were
>pointers to this on the mail list perhaps a year ago or so (so
>search the archives).  The DOM stuff is pretty standard but booting
>the CSSEngine is mostly done in batik.bridge.BridgeContext.
>
>    Good luck.
>
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