HTML RESEARCH STATUS REPORT -- 2010-06-25

Coordinator
Jun 25, 2010 at 6:56 PM

The development of the latest version with the capability of reading up to 16 text files has made it possible to prepare specialized *.html files such as used in a users manual. In particular, an effort to rebuild the user's manual for the Programmable Software Development Environment using the tool is progressing.  

The development of software parts library for writing lines of a *.html file has been completed. Each line begins with a comment containing the source line number, the date contained at the end of the source line, and the optional longitudinal parity associated with the line.  As in the source code certification process, the text, date and source line number are included in the longitudinal parity computation.

The software parts needed to prepare the primary table of contents has been completed and the primary table of contents for the manual explrpde.html) has been prepared.  The software parts for providing the the required linkages between various pages is currently under development.  Post office files are being used to contain the needed linkage information.

As in all of my development activities, strict portability between the Linux and Windows operating systems is being rigorously maintained.  I have worked on either system with all of the defining files on a Flash Drive.