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Evrim Ulu | 12 Jun 22:51 2008
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DOM Programming in Core-Server

Hi,

A new document called "DOM Programming in Core Server" is released. 
We've summarized several new ideas in the article like first-class dom 
objects, rendering to markup and javascript, using core-search to 
manipulate dom structure and caching.

The document can be reached at:

http://labs.core.gen.tr/#domprogramming

Evrim.
Maciej Pasternacki | 13 Jun 16:52 2008

Re: DOM Programming in Core-Server

On Thu, 2008-06-12 at 23:51 +0300, Evrim Ulu wrote:
> A new document called "DOM Programming in Core Server" is released. 
> We've summarized several new ideas in the article like first-class dom 
> objects, rendering to markup and javascript, using core-search to 
> manipulate dom structure and caching.
> 
> The document can be reached at:
> 
> http://labs.core.gen.tr/#domprogramming

´╗┐
Sounds really, really cool.  I've programmed a bit with Python's LL-XIST
(http://www.livinglogic.de/Python/xist/) which is similarly
object-based, and it was really sweet to seamlessly traverse, pass
around and organize HTML tree object representations.  ´╗┐This may be
really cool replacement or supplement to Yaclml.

Is it possible to use it as a separate function, outside of Core Server?
Did you consider factoring it out as a separate library?

Regards,
Maciej

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Evrim Ulu | 25 Jun 07:59 2008
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RFCs for imap and smtp

Hi,

Two new rfc implementations are released.

RFC 2821 - SMTP - 
http://labs.core.gen.tr/repos/core-server/src/rfc/2821.lisp
RFC 3501 - IMAP - 
http://labs.core.gen.tr/repos/core-server/src/rfc/3501.lisp

They are based on Command framework at: 
http://labs.core.gen.tr/labs.core.gen.tr/repos/core-server/src/commands/command.lisp

My colleage, Aycan, is working on a valid rfc 822/2822 implementation 
for parsing/rendering email messages. I hope we can handle all email 
related operations with Core Server soon.

Evrim.
burban | 26 Jun 23:51 2008
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Re: RFCs for imap and smtp

Evrim Ulu <evrim <at> core.gen.tr> writes:

> Hi,
> 
> Two new rfc implementations are released.
> 
> RFC 2821 - SMTP -
> http://labs.core.gen.tr/repos/core-server/src/rfc/2821.lisp
> RFC 3501 - IMAP -
> http://labs.core.gen.tr/repos/core-server/src/rfc/3501.lisp

You will end up with a nice subset of RFC in Lisp...  But out of
curiosity, what is the use of IMAP for ucw? (I understand that SMTP
can be used to implement some webmail application)

[...]

Regards.

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Gary King | 27 Jun 04:48 2008

Re: RFCs for imap and smtp

It's probably too late, but have you also looked at http://opensource.franz.com/postoffice/index.html

If nothing else, it make have some good ideas in it ...

On Jun 26, 2008, at 5:51 PM, burban <at> opopop.net wrote:

> Evrim Ulu <evrim <at> core.gen.tr> writes:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> Two new rfc implementations are released.
>>
>> RFC 2821 - SMTP -
>> http://labs.core.gen.tr/repos/core-server/src/rfc/2821.lisp
>> RFC 3501 - IMAP -
>> http://labs.core.gen.tr/repos/core-server/src/rfc/3501.lisp
>
> You will end up with a nice subset of RFC in Lisp...  But out of
> curiosity, what is the use of IMAP for ucw? (I understand that SMTP
> can be used to implement some webmail application)
>
> [...]
>
> Regards.
>
> -- 
>
> B. Urban
>
> _______________________________________________
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Evrim Ulu | 29 Jun 03:20 2008
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4 more documents

Hi,

Document Updates:

- Core Streams - http://labs.core.gen.tr/#corestreams
- Streams DSL - http://labs.core.gen.tr/#grammar
- Parsing -  http://labs.core.gen.tr/#parser
- Rendering - http://labs.core.gen.tr/#render

RSS:

Also, there is a new repo rss feed via Yahoo Pipes, thanks to Aycan Irican.
http://pipes.yahoo.com/pipes/pipe.run?_id=8N68qnxA3RG2FF5QOTY80A&_render=rss

Planned Documents:

    * Database Programming with Core Server
    * Continuation based Web 1.0 Programming
    * Web 2.0 Components
    * Developing Applications with Web 1.0 Framework
    * Developing Applications with Web 2.0 Framework

Evrim.

Gmane