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[ANN] New release of XMLQuire adds extra XPath features

I'm pleased to announce the release of XMLQuire V1.16, a free and
light XML Editor for Windows.

XMLQuire was developed mainly to showcase the new 'virtual formatting'
concept in a simple XML Editor. It's evident however, that this
product is being selected chiefly for its strengths as an XML analysis
and XPath tool. The latest version of XMLQuire therefore adds special
XPath expression management capabilities:

1. You can now save, rename, group, delete or restore XPaths from the
XPath Editor.

2. While XPath expressions and their metadata are stored/loaded using
a custom XML file format, other formats can be supported by modifying
the import/export XSLT filter files.

3. A summary of the evaluation for all stored XPaths is refreshed each
time a new XML file is selected, the summary can be filtered by group.

4. Because XPath 1.0 does not support the default namespace, the XPath
evaluation context is now modified to automatically map a prefix to
the first namespace URI declared as default. The XPath auto-complete
list and all auto-generated XPaths reflect the updated evaluation

5. The XPath editor is capable of tracing each component part of an
XPath expression by simple selection, including nested/chained
predicates or functions.

- A limitation - Only XPath 1.0 is supported. XPath variables can be
used though, but these are not part of the 1.0 specification.

XMLQuire is available for download from:

Many thanks

Phil Fearon

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