Friday, June 3, 2011

right under my nose...

Don't you hate it when you think you have been doing something right the entire time and then you find something way later on that would have made your life so much easier? That just happened to me.

It kept crossing my mind that the code for NeXML was a little skimpy. I kind of felt like I was missing something. However, I had only been looking under When studying this a little closer, I realized I am missing out on more than half the relevant code. Within the nexml-1.5-SNAPSHOT.jar, there is a whole set of important classes. Sure enough, Rutger even told me to study org.nexml.model* 

And now the frustration sets in....GRRR.

1 comment:

  1. If you want to actually look at the code, one thing you might do is check out the source that goes into that jar as a separate eclipse project from

    This will include things you can safely ignore, such as the validator, transformer and mesquite code. But yes, everything under org.nexml.model.* would be worth looking into, most especially the interfaces you're coding against.