Subject: Re: [boost] [compond_file_binary] Gauging interest in a possible library submission.
From: Brian Ravnsgaard Riis (brian_at_[hidden])
Date: 2012-12-04 07:42:32
Den 03-12-2012 11:47, Alexander Voitenko skrev:
> Internal file system format is not obfuscated. Yes, this is just a side
> effect. For example, Microsoft Project's .mpp files are binary compound
> files inside, highly structured and contain about 100 directory
> entries(files and folders), but user just open it within MS Propject or Open
> Propject(free open source alternative) and work with content and does not
> care about how his or her data is organized inside that file.
How does your intended solution differ from (or compare to) simply
writing documents as a (possibly renamed) .zip file?
Or maybe standardising (as such) an interface for this is the purpose of
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