ANNOUNCE: xsdb release with N/A support and more

Discussion in 'Python' started by aaronwmail-usenet@yahoo.com, Apr 1, 2005.

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    The new xsdbXML_cs_java_py_01 release adds a
    "not applicable" attribute restriction and
    completes the same/ifknown/otherwise implementations
    as well as some bugfixes including a fix for
    a performance bug in the java implementation.

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

    There are three separate implementations: a Python
    implementation, a C#/.NET implementation, and a
    java implementation. For all implementations all
    source code is distributed using SourceForge.

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

    Thanks, -- Aaron Watters

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    , Apr 1, 2005
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