ANN: new xsdbXML release with java port (+C#+Python)

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    ANN: new xsdbXML release with java port (+C#+Python)

    Part I: Announcement
    ====================
    There is a new release of xsdbXML which provides
    a native java port of the framework in addition to
    bugfixes for the C# and Python implementations.
    All three implementations are completely independent
    and pass the same test cases.

    The xsdb framework provides a flexible and well defined
    infrastructure to allow tabular data to be published,
    retrieved, and combined over the Internet.

    Read more and download at
    http://xsdb.sourceforge.net

    Discussion
    ==========

    The port to java was fairly straightforward, except
    for the XML side of things. In particular the java
    port has memory problems with large files (mondial.xsdb)
    where the other two implementations do not. Maybe
    using a SAX based parsing scheme in place of the current
    DOM would fix this?

    Thanks for your attention -- Aaron Watters

    ===

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    , Mar 17, 2005
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