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Re: [xquery-talk] [ANN] Zorba 2.0: complete XQuery/XSLT processor(C++, open source, Apache license)

Geert,

it supports XSLT 1.0 for the moment.

We are thinking about 2.0, 3.0 support, but we are not sure yet. Should we ?
That would be more serious investment. If we get such feedback, we'll probably do it,
but might take a while.

How many XSLT 2.0 and 3.0 processors are out there ? How many people use XSLT 1.0 vs. 2.0 ?
(sorry, I am not sure as follow the XSLT world as well as I follow the XQuery world...)

Best regards
Dana


On Oct 12, 2011, at 4:13 AM, Geert Josten wrote:

Hi Dana,
 
Does it really only support XSLT 1.0, or should that have read XSLT 2.0?
 
Kind regards,
Geert
 
Van: talk-bounces@x-query.com [mailto:talk-bounces@x-query.com] Namens Daniela Florescu
Verzonden: dinsdag 11 oktober 2011 8:41
Aan: talk@x-query.com Talk; xml-dev@lists.xml.org; xsl-list@lists.mulberrytech.com
Onderwerp: [xquery-talk] [ANN] Zorba 2.0: complete XQuery/XSLT processor (C++, open source, Apache license)
 
Dear XML-fans,
We are glad to announce the release of Zorba 2.0., the most complete XQuery/XSLT processor (C++, open source, Apache license)
In the past year Zorba has gone through an extensive rewrite and re-architectural work, with the goal of improving the stability of internal and external APIs, completing the functionality, increasing the conformance level, and over-all improving the stability of the query processor.
Zorba supports now the following W3C specifications 
        XQuery 1.0, including XML Schema validation
        XQuery 3.0 (June 2011 draft) (includes try-catch, groupby, outerjoins)
        XQuery Update Facility 1.0
        XQuery Full Text 1.0
        XSLT 1.0
Please check the  W3C specifications overview page and the W3C conformance page for more details.
In addition, Zorba supports two proprietary specifications:
        XQuery Data Definition (definition of collections, indexes and integrity constraints)
The functionality of the core query processor is enhanced by an additional set of XQuery modules: store manipulation, introspection, reflection, process, system, HTTP, data cleaning, data conversion (JSON, CSV, HTML), excel, cryptography, geo, image, oauth, email (imap and smtp ). 
For more general details about Zorba's general architecture, please check the general Zorba documentation page.
We are looking forward to your feedback !
 
Best regards
Dana, on behalf of the entire team
 



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