the progress we are making
When using xs:date as a type in the schema for a node-value Xopus might give you some trouble when editing that. Say for example that you use a value-of to print the value and you put your cursor in it and start typing a new value. Xopus will be very picky about that value: only valid xs:date values will be accepted by Xopus so you could probably overwrite a couple of numbers to ge t a new date, but it is not likely to win this years' prize for most user-friendly date editing.
I was implementing Xopus for a project and they have a lot of values that need to be looked up from a settings file. They look up values for places, provinces, types of organizations, people in organizations, programs of organizations and so on. On top of that they have the standard lookups for images and links (standard because you can easily copy them from the simple demo).
Hi, my name is Mark Wubben and for the past six months I've been working on the craziest DHTML hack ever. Now, to be fair, that's not six months full time, so perhaps not as crazy. And I only really got started this summer, so let's make it eight weeks.
We received this bug report: "0,5" is an invalid priority value. We could not reproduce this problem and at first we were at a lost what the cause could be.
How nice, a developer blog! Now I can share the frustrations of doing a browser based editor with the whole world.