Release Notes: Improved XSD Schemas support, Python bindings, and command line tools. There were also a variety of minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: In this release, XML schemas were improved, there were a lot of bugfixes, and there was some work on performance.
Release Notes: Support for xml:id has been added. There are several bugfixes and improvements in various areas: Relax-NG, XML schemas, the HTML parser, XInclude, and regexp handling.
Release Notes: Various bugs were fixed. Improvements were made to XML Schemas, XML Writer, and Python bindings. Some portability patches were applied.
Release Notes: This includes a few bugfixes and some optimizations of XPath and DTD validation.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release including a potentially severe buffer overflow error. Users are advised to upgrade if possible.
Release Notes: A lot of bugfixes have accumulated over the last month (XInclude, XPointer, validation, and XPath). The XML parser speed has been improved.
Release Notes: This release adds a few improvements, including XInclude support for xmlReader, and a new batch of bugfixes, including ones for the problems which were blocking DocBook XSLT processing.
Release Notes: This version fixes dozens of bugs introduced and discovered since the release of 2.6.0, and fixes some compilation problems on Windows.
Release Notes: A lot of updates and improvements were made to the APIs, including SAX2, error handling, and xmlWriter. Better parser interfaces and modularity of the toolkit were implemented. A lot of bugfixes are included. Performance was improved, while the code size was reduced.