ANN: XMLMax Virtual XML Editor Beta

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    Xponent LLC is pleased to announce round two beta testing of its
    XMLMax Virtual XML Editor. Beta testers who work with xml documents,
    preferably with files several megabytes to several gigabytes in size,
    are needed at this time.

    XMLMax is a validating xml editor written in C# that is W3C compliant,
    supports xpath 1.0 and is namespace aware.

    It provides xpath query and editing of any xml file, including ones
    too large to load into a DOM or other in-memory application.

    Xponent website:

    ****** Key Features: ******

    * Incremental parsing and loading allow editing and navigating of any
    size file in 2-5 seconds.

    * A 75Mb file is fully parsed and loaded in three seconds, a 250 Mb
    file in sixteen seconds. Parse and load rate is linear at about 1Gb/
    minute and has been tested with files over 10Gb.

    * Minimal memory footprint. Only 600 Mb of available memory is needed
    to load even multi-gigabyte files.

    * Xpath queries are limited to forward-looking xpath expressions.
    Indexing is in Alpha test.

    * XSLT. Fragments in a nodeset returned by an xpath expression may be
    transformed with a selected xsl file and written to a single output
    file that is optionally encapsulated in a user-specified root element.

    * Reads and writes UTF-8, UTF-16 and iso-8859-1.

    * Protected editing. Markup characters in an xml file are never
    accessible for editing.

    * Detection, location and correction of any well-formed error at load-
    time, including files without carriage returns and line feeds.

    ****** Architecture ******

    XMLMax was written in C# with the .Net 2.0 Framework. A proprietary
    virtual treeview was developed by Xponent from the ground up and never
    contains more elements than those actually visible (child elements not
    visible are not in the tree at all). This design provides
    instantaneous inserts and deletes at any location, even in the largest
    files. There are no third party licenses, controls, or libraries.

    ****** Beta Test Registration ******

    Register for the XMLMax Beta Test Program at
    , Feb 14, 2009
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