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   Re: [xml-dev] [ANN] smallx XML Infoset and Pipeline Released (OpenSource

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Alex & all,

Are you aware of Orbeon PresentationServer (OPS in short)?


It's been years in the works now, has been deployed routinely, and its 
feature set appears to have many parallels with your project's.

Maybe you can be persuaded to look at OPS and help us with it. It is 
available under the LGPL since last summer.


Alex Milowski wrote:
 > Hello all,
 > I've just released the first public version of my XML Pipelining and
 > streaming
 > infoset technology at java.net.  This release includes:
 >    * An infoset implementation that supports streaming of info items.
 >    * XML Pipelines
 >    * XML Components (filters) for common operations.
 >    * A full set of APIs and corresponding implementations for writing
 >      components for pipelines or otherwise.
 >    * Servlet and Servlet Filter integration that lets you run pipelines
 >      within J2EE web applications.
 >    * A streaming XPath subset
 >    * An implementation of XSLT 1.0 based on XT that runs natively on
 >      the infoset API.
 >    * a set of example applications
 >    * A module for Netbeans that allows you to run XML Pipelines
 >      inside the IDE.
 > This technology is an open-source project written in Java and hosted
 > at java.net:
 >    http://smallx.dev.java.net
 > You can download a pre-build binary and the examples.  All of the source
 > is available in CVS.
 > -- Alex Milowski
 > "The excellence of grammar as a guide is proportional to the paucity 
of the
 > inflexions, i.e. to the degree of analysis effected by the language
 > considered."
 > Bertrand Russell in a footnote of Principles of Mathematics


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