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  • From: Steve DeRose <Steven_DeRose@Brown.edu>
  • To: w3c-xml-linking-ig@w3.org, xml-dev@ic.ac.uk
  • Date: Thu, 17 Dec 1998 12:04:20 -0400

I've just put a first-draft (!!!) page out at
http://www.stg.brown.edu/~sjd/XML-Linking/xptr-implementations.html that
lists the implementations I've heard of for XPointer; 10 so far.

Please check it out and send me updated information, especially if you're
one of the implementors and I've got something wrong, or you know a URL I
can add for better info on one of the implementations, or you know of one I
haven't listed (I'll bet I've missed as many as I've found, since I haven't
been watching especially closely). I'll try to keep this page updated as
people report things, but I make no promises of merchantibility or fitness
for any particular use etc., especially at this first-cut stage. I've made
no attempt to evaluate these, I just wanted to get them all down in one
place with whatever info I already had.

I'll also add a similar page for XLink implementations if people send me
info on that too.


Steve DeRose
Editor, XPointer

Steven_DeRose@Brown.edu; http://www.stg.brown.edu/~sjd
Chief Scientist, Scholarly Technology Group, and
   Adjunct Associate Professor, Brown University;
Chief Scientist, Inso Corporation

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