From: Marco Cimarosti (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Feb 21 2003 - 11:16:06 EST
William Overington wrote:
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> > 4. The text files being transmitted MUST be .... small (bandwidth is
> Yes, keep the text file size down, bandwidth is limited.
> > 5. The processing program must be .... small (on-board memory is
> > limited!).
> No, for DVB-MHP the on-board memory is fairly large. The
> transmission link is the key issue.
In this case, the solution is *already* out there, if you just accept to
adhere to standards (such as Unicode, Java, *XML*, and Plane-14 tags
You can throw away my silly toy parsers, and upload on your DVB-MHP a
*full-fledged* XML browser written in *Java*, such as this one, designed
exactly for the kind of embedded usage that you described:
When the browser is there, just feed it with whatever kind XML file you
need. You don't even have to decide in advance the file format and encoding:
among other things, X-Smiles understand XSL Formatting Objects (which is
kind of style sheets even smarter of the Cascading Style Sheets that I used
in my example), so you just specify these details directly in the text file.
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