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Editors' Newswire for 10 January, 2003
23:59, 10 Jan 2003 UTC | XMLhack Editors

A collected summary of items that ran on the xmlhack newswire on 10 January, 2003.

XML resources publication guidelines for GNOME
from Uche Ogbuji at 16:45, 10 Jan
This document offers guidelines and tips for developing XML formats for storage, data exchange and the like. It is intended to be useful beyond the GNOME project as well.

SSAX 4.9, S-expression-based XML parsing, query and conversion
from Uche Ogbuji at 15:19, 10 Jan
SSAX is written in a purely functional subset of scheme to offer an algorithmically optimal XML parser with support for SAX, DOM building, XPath and XSLT. SSAX is public domain.

IPSI-XQ 1.2.2, an XQuery processor prototype
from Uche Ogbuji at 15:07, 10 Jan
is based on current XQuery drafts, and includes DOM integration and a specalized editor. It also features a type system based on an XML 2002 paper.IPSI-XQ is free for non-commercial use.

TagSoup 0.8, a parser for "nasty and brutish" HTML
from Uche Ogbuji at 15:01, 10 Jan
TagSoup is an open-source, small and fast Java parser with a SAX interface. It is very tolerant of errors.

XSLT-process 2.2
from Eric van der Vlist at 09:17, 10 Jan
Ovidiu Predescu announced XSLT-process 2.2, a mode transforming Emacs "into a powerful editor with XSLT processing and debugging capabilities". The new version is now supporting MacOS X as well as Linux and Windows 2000.

New releases of Jing and Trang
from Eric van der Vlist at 08:51, 10 Jan
James Clark has announced new releases of his Relax NG processor, Jing and his multi-format schema converter Trang.
Both are now supporting the lastest specification of the compact syntax of Relax NG and Trang is now taking advantages of substitution groups when generating W3C XML Schema schemas.

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