OPML Parser on SqueakSource

Today is a big day for me. I finished off the first version of my OPML parser that I've been writing in Squeak. Not only that, I've published it to SqueakSource under the MIT license! The SqueakSource project is titled "OPML Parser" and the home page is here. If you would like to keep up to date on the project, the RSS feed is here.

Thank you to Claudio Acciaresi for your link to the Squeak Map page on using Monticello, SqueakSource, and SqueakMap. A little digging and link-following and I was in business in minutes.

If you find the parser useful, please let me know. If you look at the code and find odd Smalltalk syntax, violated conventions, or general improvements, please let me know. If you want to become a developer and help enhance the code base, please let me know!

Squeak rocks!

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