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I have the same project, and I was planning with gmax a complete rewrite of it.

The current version is simply an XML format, named XCV, and several XPathScript stylesheets that do the translation from XCV to HTML (two versions) and LaTeX. In turn, from LaTeX I get DVI, PostScript and PDF versions. All of this takes place in a AxKit-enabled Apache server.

With gmax we were planning a completely new format, a database backend and language support

Should we join forces?

Ciao!
--bronto

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In reply to Re: XML Resume Module design by bronto
in thread XML Resume Module design by rattusillegitimus

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