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  •  18 Apr 2004 17:00

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.

  •  11 Dec 2002 13:51

Release Notes: There are Windows and Python bindings, a fixed XHTML1 dump, and URL escaping. A TextXmlReader (C#) like API (work in progress) has been added.

  •  26 Sep 2002 20:20

Release Notes: This release contains more than the usual set of bugfixes, and a number of things have been revamped, most notably the DTD validation code (which now reuses the regexp core inherited from the XML Schemas work), the XInclude engine, and the way Windows file paths get interpreted.

  •  30 Oct 2001 11:52

Release Notes: Some thread safety patches were applied. A couple of validation bugs were fixed. Some I/O cleanup was done, and a couple of interfaces for Perl wrappers were added. The catalog code was rewritten. Some VMS and Windows updates were made, as well as general bugfixes.

  •  23 Aug 2001 23:21

Release Notes: Support for XML Catalog specification, more portable floating point code, and a few bugfixes.

  •  06 Jul 2001 09:56

Release Notes: Some serious XPath improvements were made. A few other bug fixes in were made XPath and HTML parsers. The amount of memory needed when substituting entities references by their content was reduced.

  •  23 Mar 2001 10:23

Release Notes: The biggest change is regarding XPath, which now separates parsing and interpretation. While the new library should preserve binary compatibility, there is a new set of APIs to compile an XPath expression and evaluate it in a given context. This version fixes a number of reported bugs.


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