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                     <p>If you are <i>really</i> interested in developing autoform, please read the following informations carefully. You should have                      <p>If you are <i>really</i> interested in developing autoform, please read the following informations carefully. You should have
                     knowledge of html, javascript, XUL, XPCOM and RDF.</p>                      knowledge of html, javascript, XUL, XPCOM and RDF.</p>
                    <p>If you wanna localise the plugin, wait until it has been released.</p>                    <p>If you want to localise the extension, please wait until the new one has been released.</p>
                     <p>I'm using <a href="http://www.eclipse.org">Eclipse</a> as my IDE and I can strongly recommend it. It has built in support for <a href="http://www.cvshome.org">cvs</a> and <a href="http://ant.apache.org">ant</a>                      <p>I'm using <a href="http://www.eclipse.org">Eclipse</a> as my IDE and I can strongly recommend it. It has built in support for <a href="http://www.cvshome.org">cvs</a> and <a href="http://ant.apache.org">ant</a>
                     (which is used by autoform for packaging and deployment). There are also many plugins available to extend the standard functions. I'm                      (which is used by autoform for packaging and deployment). There are also many plugins available to extend the standard functions. I'm
                     also using the <a href="http://www.myeclipseide.com/">myeclipseide</a> plugin for eclipse to have a html and javascript editor.</p>                      also using the <a href="http://www.myeclipseide.com/">myeclipseide</a> plugin for eclipse to have a html and javascript editor.</p>
                     <p>I really appreciate every help to develop the extension, but please understand that I first must see some implementation before I                      <p>I really appreciate every help to develop the extension, but please understand that I first must see some implementation before I
                     can give you write access to the cvs. Please contact <a href="mailto:michael.kessler@swisscom.com">me</a> before starting, to prevent 'development collisions' ;-)</p>                      can give you write access to the cvs. Please contact <a href="mailto:michael.kessler@swisscom.com">me</a> before starting, to prevent 'development collisions' ;-)</p>
                    <p><b>How you get started:</b>                    <p><b>How to get started:</b>
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                         <li>Install eclipse.</li>                          <li>Install eclipse.</li>
                         <li>Check out the source code from cvs</li>                          <li>Check out the source code from cvs</li>
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                     <p>If you have checked out the source code, you'll have four folders in your project. The 'www' folder contains the content of this website and the 'downloads' folder contains                      <p>If you have checked out the source code, you'll have four folders in your project. The 'www' folder contains the content of this website and the 'downloads' folder contains
                     releases, which will be synchronized with the mozdev mirrors. The main extension resides in the folders 'new' and 'old'. Those two folders contains another two folders. The 'build' folder contains                      releases, which will be synchronized with the mozdev mirrors. The main extension resides in the folders 'new' and 'old'. Those two folders contains another two folders. The 'build' folder contains
                    the ant script and properties to build, install, tag and deploy new extension releases. The 'src' folder contains the chrome structure with the plugin code, locales and its skin.</p>                    the ant script and properties to build, install, tag and deploy new extension releases. The 'src' folder contains the chrome structure with the extension code, locales and its skin.</p>
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                     <h3>Report bugs</h3>                      <h3>Report bugs</h3>

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