[jdom-interest] An interesting XML parser
fcohen at inclusion.net
Sun Mar 25 07:20:08 PST 2001
"and it will (presumably) become a standard part of the JDK."
Is someone from Sun participating in the JDOM beta releases now? That would
be a good first step to eventually get JDOM into Java.
Also, is anyone speaking about JDOM at JavaOne? I turned in a proposal to
show how I used JDOM in an open-source load testing application. The
proposal made it past the first cut but then was turned down.
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From: "Rosen, Alex" <arosen at silverstream.com>
To: <jdom-interest at jdom.org>
Sent: Saturday, March 24, 2001 11:08 AM
Subject: RE: [jdom-interest] An interesting XML parser
> > http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/xml/library/x-elexml/ind
> > ex.html?open&l=136,t=gr,p=electricXML
> Even more interesting, on the actual web site for the parser, check out
> comparison of Electric XML vs. JDOM:
> It contains a couple of false or misleading statements ("As far as we can
> JDOM was designed to make DOM easier to use"). It also doesn't point out
> JDOM's biggest advantages over Electric XML: it's fully open source, and
> will (presumably) become a standard part of the JDK.
> On the other hand, there are a couple of features (aside from the claimed
> speed) that seem pretty cool: the integrated XPath support, and the clever
> namespace support (at least it seems clever, there may be hidden
> of this scheme). I wonder if these are worth borrowing?
> P.S. Jason, Brett, should anyone who intends to contribute code to JDOM
> downloading this product, just in case?
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