[jdom-interest] JDOM and JDSL

Dennis Sosnoski dms at sosnoski.com
Thu Mar 22 16:08:22 PST 2001

The library looks interesting, but the license prohibits any commercial use. This
makes it pretty much useless for most developers.

  - Dennis

Bruce Altner wrote:

> Greetings:
> I just came across an article in the April Dr Dobbs Journal about Java Data
> Structures Library (JDSL), which provides a rich set of APIs for element
> manipulation while still being compatible with the Java Collections
> framework. As I read more, and checked out the web site (see
> www.cs.brown.edu/cgc/jdsl/) it strikes me that, at a fundamental level,
> this library may prove to be extremely valuable to XML developers because
> many of the interfaces should  naturally accommodate the structure of XML
> documents.
> I am a little too inexperienced at this time to know for sure, but I
> suspect that this might be so. Has anyone applied this library to XML data
> yet? Are there plans to incorporate any of these structures into JDOM?
> Thanks,
> Bruce
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