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Editors' Newswire for 25 February, 2003
23:59, 25 Feb 2003 UTC | XMLhack Editors

A collected summary of items that ran on the xmlhack newswire on 25 February, 2003.

XincaML: eXtensible Inter-Nodes Constraint Mark-up Language
from Uche Ogbuji at 21:33, 25 Feb
XincaML is a language for describing constraints on XML formats, in a manner similar to ISO Schematron. The XincaML Processor is a Java implementation package of the language parser and constraints checker.

Satine version 0.99 released, a simple XML data binding for Python
from Uche Ogbuji at 13:56, 25 Feb
Satine converts XML documents to Python lists of objects which have Python attributes mirroring the XML element attributes, a convention called "xlist". It also has a Web services module which supports plain XML and SOAP over HTTP.

Version 2.0 of the XA35 XML Accelerator (hardware)
from Uche Ogbuji at 13:31, 25 Feb
Datapower have announced an update of the accleration server for XML and XSLT processing. New features include SSL acceleration, Gigabit Ethernet and XML compression.

Saxon 7.4 released with more XPath 2.0 features
from Uche Ogbuji at 13:23, 25 Feb
Saxon is an open-source XSLT processor. This release applies stronger type checking, in accordance with the XPath 2.0 draft. There are also a couple of new diagostic features.

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Re: Editors' Newswire for 25 February, 2003 (Guy Macon - 09:34, 20 May 2003)
The XA35 XML Accelerator looks like a great idea. Has anyone tried it? How fast is it?

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