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You want to do XML:FO. The present Apache software is poor. I have been
monitoring [log in to unmask] The other possibility is XForms.
XForms can be the front-end of a GUI for both conventional and embedded
systems
Bob Leif

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Subject: Re: Future of Ada

Wojtek's post suggests another idea.  Suppose
someone or some group were to take Apache,
and one module at a time, replace the modules
with Ada.

If they could catch up to and pass Apache (which has
a long head start) that would be strong evidence of
Ada's power.

Maybe do the same thing with Ant (which does not have
as much of a head start).

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Wes Groleau
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