This is something that we have often talked about for R2. And it is a perfect example of "doing it right requires a new release". SVG, for example, is in XML, or so I have been told. So doing an SVG Tracker with an XML kit would be easier than SVG Tracker w/o. In addition, we have talked about some ability to convert back and forth between BMessage and XML. Even, possibly, making XML the format for BMessages that are written out to disk. Whether any of the above makes sense or not, it does, IMHO, illustrate why major changes should be thought about as a cohesive unit and done in one release. :-) Michael On 2003-12-16 at 17:29:31 [-0500], Gabe Yoder wrote: > On Tuesday 16 December 2003 05:03 pm, you wrote: > > Hi! > > > > Do we have a plan for this? Is there someone working on it? > > Not that is needed now, but when we start developing for R2, we should > > have one ready and fully tested! > > I have no idea about any plans for a kit, but the libxml2 library works and > has a compatible license. A kit would probably be little more than a C++ > wrapper around it (it is plain C).