sxpipe: An Implementation of Simple XML Pipelines

30 Jul 2004; last modified 08 Oct 2010

This is the permanent status page for sxpipe. The sxpipe project is a Java implementation of SXPipe: Simple XML Pipelines. Simple XML Pipelines provide a linear processing model for XML documents. This processing model allows authors to choose the order in which components (such as XInclude, validation, and transformation) are executed.

This is the initial release announcement for “sxpipe”, a Java implementation of SXPipe: Simple XML Pipelines. The project is hosted at Java.net and is being released under the GNU General Public License. SXPipe is a programming-language neutral vocabulary defined by an open specification.

SXPipe processes simple XML pipelines. Simple XML Pipelines provide a linear processing model for XML documents. This processing model allows authors to choose the order in which components (such as XInclude, validation, and transformation) are executed.

The current release is 0.0.1 from 28 Jul 2004. This is the first public unstable, alpha release; it runs on any platform. You can get the current release from the download page.

Please report any bugs that you encounter. If you’d like to discuss the project, please join the “users” mailing list.

SXPipe is maintained by Norman Walsh.

If you’d like to become involved with the SXPipe project, you can browse the the CVS repository or access it directly from :pserver:guest@sxpipe.dev.java.net:/cvs. The module name is sxpipe.

I started working on SXPipe on 20 Jun 2004 out of frustration because I think pipelines are important.

Comments

Love to see this under an Apache, LGPL or similar license.

—Posted by bryan thompson on 08 Sep 2004 @ 02:25 UTC #