April 25, 2003

Martin Gudgin's XInclude impl

Finally. Gudge has posted his C# implementation of XInclude CR. It's XmlReader-based, with XPointer support, fairly elegant, simple and very interesting. Especially to compare with GotDotNet XInlcude.NET impl. After a quick look I can say of course it's much more elegant than my implementation. More structured and well-designed, while probably ...

April 23, 2003

XInclude Rec is around the corner?

Well, it seems like XInclude 1.0 is going to get final W3C Recommendation status very soon. According to recent Jonathan Marsh's reply in www-xml-xinclude-comments@w3.org mail list on small typo in the Candidate Recommendation: Thanks, we'll track that as an erratum if it's too late to change prior to achieving ...

April 20, 2003

On MultiXmlTextWriter, the article and plans

According to GotDotNet download statistics my MultiXmlTextWriter class has been downloaded 398 times, while last version of nxslt utility, which includes it to support multioutput XSLT - only 91. Hmm, looks like people prefer a component to build own solutions rather than old-fashioned versatile command line tool (not really ...

New FOP Logo?

<?foreteller-mode on?> This is new Apache FOP logo: <?foreteller-mode off?> Will see if I can predict anything, voting is still on ;) ...

XQuery vs XSLT

Ivelin Ivanov has published first installment of a new regular column on XML.com, "Practical XQuery" - XML.com: Processing RSS [Apr. 09, 2003]. The article's example looks quite provocative - generating of HTML from two XML sources (RSS feeds). I bet the first thought of many devs would be "Come on ...