[TIP] Nosejobs!

Douglas Philips dgou at mac.com
Fri Apr 10 19:07:50 PDT 2009

On or about 2009 Apr 10, at 3:39 PM, Jesse Noller indited:
>> Once you have a results protocol different people can then build
>> different tools around it - reporting tools, distributed test tools  
>> etc.
>> Sounds like a winner to me. Not looked at the Pandokia spec yet.

> As much as I hate XML, it works awfully well for this in many cases.
> Again, not a fan of flat text/key-value pairs, I already went down
> that route for a few years :(

ReStructured Text generates XML without having to be nasty to read.
Not saying to use it, just saying that you can have something other  
than raw XML.

I guess I had been presuming that simple enough for Titus would mean  
human readable. :)


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