I haven’t used Netbeans JAX binding for over a year.
And the last time I used it, it was easy to find in the plugin menu of Netbeans 6.
Now I’ve upgraded to Netbeans 7 and wasn’t able to find the plugin.
Happily I found a page that advised me to add
to the Update Center.
After that I got a huge list of updates, and my missing JAX-RPC.
Now just: install, restart, update-again.
Et voila, there is the missing “JAXB Binding” menu point that was searching for.
This week I released my first OS X Dashboard Widget.
It’s called ‘LE Mensa’ and it displays all menues for all cafeterias in Leipzig, which are part of the student union.
If you want to give it a try then visit the project page: http://stinfwww.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/~mai03fln/leMensa/
Today I updated it to version 0.15 !!
It works this way:
1. I wrote a python script which extracts information from the student union homepage and transform it into xml.
2. A .php script can call this .py script and give back those infos.
This is how it looks:
I’m working on a little Project called “leMensa”. Maybe later I’ll tell you more about it.
While working on it I needed to build some xml documents with pyxml.
Here’s what I found. A little help from Matt Croydon was all I needed to know.