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Mambo CMS Article Control

, 23 Oct 2011 CPOL
The code implements a system to create articles using MS-Word for use in the Mambo CMS. The majority of the code is a C# project that reads and parses HTML text created using MS Word. The support projects are a VBA macro for creating the needed HTML and an export/import system for getting localhost
Manuals.zip
Text2Mambo_manual.pdf
Text2Mambo.docx
Text2mambo Manual.doc
php_import_src.zip
text2mambo.zip
Text2Mambo
Text2Mambo.ico
Resources
dir.png
folder.open.png
Cursor1.cur
smallFail.gif
smallSuccess.gif
MySql.Data.dll
MySQL.VisualStudio.dll
SyncOnline_files
themedata.thmx
Properties
Settings.settings
app.manifest
DataSources
MySql.Data.VisualStudio.DataConnectionWrapper.datasource
bin
Debug
Text2Mambo.vshost.exe
Release
Text2Mambo.csproj.user
ClassDiagram1.cd
text2mambo.pfx
Thumbs.db
Controls
Tools
Forms
obj
Release
TempPE
Debug
TempPE
Service References
BasicCorrectnessRules.ruleset
TIFTools
TIFTools.csproj.user
bin
Debug
Release
Properties
obj
Release
TempPE
Debug
TempPE
Text2Mambo_src.zip
Text2Mambo
Text2Mambo.ico
Resources
dir.png
folder.open.png
Cursor1.cur
smallFail.gif
smallSuccess.gif
MySql.Data.dll
MySQL.VisualStudio.dll
Properties
Settings.settings
app.manifest
DataSources
MySql.Data.VisualStudio.DataConnectionWrapper.datasource
bin
Text2Mambo.csproj.user
ClassDiagram1.cd
text2mambo.pfx
Thumbs.db
Controls
Tools
Forms
obj
Release
TempPE
Debug
TempPE
Service References
BasicCorrectnessRules.ruleset
TIFTools
TIFTools.csproj.user
bin
Debug
Release
Properties
obj
Release
TempPE
Debug
TempPE
word_macro_src.zip

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AdventureRider
Software Developer (Senior)
Netherlands Netherlands
Started in 1988 programming in Pascal, making a 68000 emulator on a DOS platform. Then from Pascal to Clipper, to C++ and now using C#. I've been programming for all walks of businesses; opticians, opthomologist, carbage collectors, reinforcement steel producers, retail chains, and more.
I'm now travelling through Africa with a home-build expedition truck.

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