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Re: [zzdev] Zigzag v0.66 released - includes first HTML prototype!
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- Subject: Re: [zzdev] Zigzag v0.66 released - includes first HTML prototype!
- From: Ted Nelson <ted@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 12 Mar 1999 14:36:45 -0800
- Cc: ted@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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By the way, my suggested spelling was ZIZL
(I forget the acronym, but it will turn up soon
when I review my notes.)
At 04:22 AM 1/8/99 +1100, you wrote:
>Yes folks, despite the silence on the mailing lists I've pressed ahead
>and released Zigzag v0.66. This is the first version with the user
>interface code separated from the rest of the code, and now includes
>two user interfaces - the existing curses interface, "zigzag", and
>a first prototype of a new HTML interface, "zizzle". Zizzle is not
>yet interactive (so far it just outputs a single HTML page to STDOUT).
>Sample output from running "zizzle demodisk.zz" is also included as the
>file "demodisk.html". This requires a web browser with <TABLE> support,
>so Lynx won't work - but then if you wanted curses you'd run zigzag!
>Share and enjoy,
> *** Xanni ***
>mailto:xanni@xxxxxxxxxx Andrew Pam
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