I want to thank those who've helped me find bugs and made suggestions
on how to fix/improve XMErl. I haven't spent time on it myself in
a long while, but it seems to be improving anyway.
Special thanks to Mickael Remond, who is working on the XPATH
side, and to Johan Blom, who is experimenting with a verifier
hook to XMErl; to Bijan Parsia for writing an entertaining article and
pitching my work to those who know XML much, much better than I. (:
Mattias L?ng sent some encouragement my way by devising a test in
which xmerl beat the Java-based openxml.org parser by some 20% on
performance. I don't know if it holds in general, but hey!
In return, I'll pitch your product (http://www.corelatus.se/), which
has an XML-based API. ;-)
I will make an effort to include the changes you've sent me.
All suggestions are much welcome. Open Source is a great way to
work! My knowledge of XML is still very limited, but with your
help, it seems like we can put together a pretty decent tool anyway.
Ulf Wiger tfn: +46 8 719 81 95
Senior System Architect mob: +46 70 519 81 95
Strategic Product & System Management ATM Multiservice Networks
Data Backbone & Optical Services Division Ericsson Telecom AB