RSS 2.0
Sign In
# Wednesday, May 5, 2010

A few little changes in streaming and in name normalization algorithms in jxom and in csharpxom and the generation speed almost doubled (especially for big files).

We suspect, however, that our xslt code is tuned for saxon engine.

It would be nice to know if anybody used languages XOM with other engines. Is anyone using it at all (well, at least there are downloads)?

Languages XOM (jxom, csharpxom, cobolxom, sqlxom) can be loaded from:

Wednesday, May 5, 2010 6:48:10 AM UTC  #    Comments [1] -
Announce | xslt
Thursday, May 13, 2010 9:07:12 AM UTC
Hey, thanks for this, guys! I thought I'd give a shout out after reading the above comment.

I just downloaded with the intention of using JXOM in a project which requires building .java files. I started trying to do it myself, and I am really happy I found your tools, it will make my task easier. So far I am using saxon as the processor but I'll see if xsltproc works, and benchmark it.

I'll let you know how it goes.

Thanks much!
Blake Miller
All comments require the approval of the site owner before being displayed.
Home page

Comment (Some html is allowed: a@href@title, b, blockquote@cite, em, i, strike, strong, sub, super, u) where the @ means "attribute." For example, you can use <a href="" title=""> or <blockquote cite="Scott">.  

[Captcha]Enter the code shown (prevents robots):

Live Comment Preview
<May 2010>
Total Posts: 387
This Year: 3
This Month: 0
This Week: 0
Comments: 1371
Locations of visitors to this page
The opinions expressed herein are our own personal opinions and do not represent our employer's view in anyway.

© 2024, Nesterovsky bros
All Content © 2024, Nesterovsky bros
DasBlog theme 'Business' created by Christoph De Baene (delarou)