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GNOME VFS pjb method 0.2 [03.05.03]

The latest CVS version of the pjbsdk, this can now be used to copy node off of the device, rename and delete nodes. Work is continuing on writing to the device, this will also mean changes to the pjbsdk before it can be completed.

GNOME VFS pjb method update [06.10.02]

Start of proper coding of the vfs method (see CVS).

Updated RH8.0 Documentation [20.11.02]

Improved documentation for the RH8.0 platform.

GNOME2 version prototyped [01.07.02]

Initial prototype of the GNOME2 version of the pjbmanager

New development version [06.05.02]

Start of new development version of the pjbmanager, see news section for details

pjbvfs prototype [14.04.02]

Work has now started on a GNOME VFS pjb module (see screenshots section)

pjbsdk 3.1.4 RPMs [09.03.02]

pjbsdk 3.1.4 RPMs now available for download.

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The TOC can be export to one of four formats, it can either be directly exported to binary, to a flat text file, to XML for later processing, or to HTML for display on the web.

Binary

This is a straight binary dump of the TOC structure, to backup and recovery purposes.

Text

You may export the TOC as text by selecting 'Text Toc' from the 'Tools' menu. This will allow you to select a filename to where the text file is saved. This text file shows the basic structure of the TOC, but is not formatted for later processing

XML

You may export the TOC as an XML document by selecting 'XML Toc' from the 'Tools' menu. This will allow you to select a filename to where the file is output. Using the XSLT library, the TOC structure is output as XML.

HTML

You may export the TOC as an HTML document by selecting 'HTML Toc' from the 'Tools' menu. This will allow you to select a filename to where the file is output. Using the XSLT library, the XML tree is transformed into HTML. Currently this document is a static HTML file, with the entire contents output.

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