On Saturday 01 June 2002 13:47, Sushi wrote:
> Yep, there was a lot of potential with OpenDoc. IBM and some others
> were involved as well. Too bad it didn't go forward. IMHO, it sure
> beat OLE by a mile.
Actually, it was mostly IBM doing the work on OpenDoc. I still have an
OS/2 Warp 4 box sitting on my shelf which had a fully working version of
OpenDoc on it, with quite a lot of interesting servlets to play with. Of
course, Warp's OO desktop interface already looked and behaved quite a lot
like OpenDoc, so for us Warpies the migration curve was rather flat.
The plug on OpenDoc was basically pulled when IBM halted developmetn on
But boy! was it nice...
-- Karel Jansens kareljansens_at_tiscalinet.be
"Size matters not." (Yoda, Jedi Master)
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