Ok, I have been asked several times where the EDIVIEW has been gone. Now I can answer - here it is again.
Just a note about that program: As you can see on the file change date of the program (somewhat in July 1999) the program is quite old now. I have added the sources of the program here too. Maybe that someone has a compiler (Borland Delphi) and can compile it. I don't because I switched completely to Linux here. I'd like to see an updated version soon coming from the community (You know how to reach me :-).
Here we are:
This is another dinosaur. This files are describing the structure of messages and segments etc in just another form. This files are used by EDIVIEW so they are required to have at least one of them in addition to EDIVIEW.
This ZIP files contains the sources which has been generated by some kind of program. This leads me to speak about a problem I have: I somehow lost the sources of that program. Anyway, here are the EDIX files I have:
Btw, the format of the source files isn't quite complicated. It should be easyly possible to see how the syntax is. Interesting would be to create a XSL which transforms our XMLs to that format... In the meanwhile, checkout the CVS repository. There you will find a little program which transforms our XMLs to the EDIX format. And if you are interested in/looking for the XMLs, just go to this site, too. Somewhere on that site they must be.
(This article is translated to Serbo-Croatian language by Jovana Milutinovich)