I, too, have started reverse-engineering the book format. What I've
discovered is available at:
(it's a semi-newtonscript file, with comments in english)
there are still some obscure areas...
my aim was to write a xml (docbook perhaps) to newtonscript converter,
then feed the output to NTK. I don't think building a
newton-press-like program is an easy task: it's easier to exit in text
format, and let NTK worry about compilation.
Dakkar - <Mobilis in mobile>
Frobnicate, v.: To manipulate or adjust, to tweak. Derived from FROBNITZ. Usually abbreviated to FROB. Thus one has the saying "to frob a frob." See TWEAK and TWIDDLE. Usage: FROB, TWIDDLE, and TWEAK sometimes connote points along a continuum. FROB connotes aimless manipulation; TWIDDLE connotes gross manipulation, often a coarse search for a proper setting; TWEAK connotes fine-tuning. If someone is turning a knob on an oscilloscope, then if he's carefully adjusting it he is probably tweaking it; if he is just turning it but looking at the screen he is probably twiddling it; but if he's just doing it because turning a knob is fun, he's frobbing it.
-- Have you checked the FAQ lately? http://www.guns-media.com/mirrors/newton/faq/ This is the NewtonTalk mailing list - http://www.newtontalk.net To unsubscribe/manage: visit the above link. Questions: victor_at_newtontalk.net
This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.2 : Tue Apr 02 2002 - 14:01:59 EST