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I've just released a new version of XSV, basically completely
reorganising the code to make it PPC (Python Polically Correct).
New functionality includes command-line settable optional invocation
control of top-level element name and/or type, partial support for the
Source is still in the same repository, one level down, i.e.
See the status page  for more details, including information on the
Win32 installer  and running the sources (easier now, because there
are RPMs for the underlying PyLTXML stuff).
The web interface will be pointed to the upgraded version shortly.
Since this is a major re-org, there's obviously a bigger chance than
usual of bugs lurking, despite moderately careful regression testing
-- please let me know ASAP of anything that stops working.
Henry S. Thompson, HCRC Language Technology Group, University of Edinburgh
W3C Fellow 1999--2002, part-time member of W3C Team
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