XMLlab 1.6 is out !

Discussion in 'XML' started by Stephane Mottelet, May 30, 2007.

  1. Hi folks,

    This new release of XMLlab (http://xmllab.org) provides some
    new features :

    Simulations using resources (images, scripts, ...) can now
    be "packed", i.e. the new command "pack" creates a compressed
    archive containing the xml file as well as the resources used
    by the simulation.

    The compressed file has the ".xmllab" extension and can be run
    like uncompressed simulations, and on every platform (Windows
    and MacOSX) you just have to double-click its icon to launch the
    simulation. This binding of the .xmllab extension can also be
    used in web pages (see the Examples tab of the xmllab.org site)
    or pdf files.


    Enjoy !

    S.
     
    Stephane Mottelet, May 30, 2007
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