XML parser class is a PHP class that parses arbitrary XML input and builds an array with the structure of all tag and data elements. Optionally it can keep track of the positions of each element to locate elements that may be contextually in error. Supports a parsed file cache to minimize the overhead of parsing the same file repeatedly. Optimized parsing of simplified XML (SML) formats ignoring the tag attributes.
NetCrawler is the frontend to a Web crawling system. This command line application will download all of the pages within a domain, and then parse and process all of the relative content (Images, Text, Audio, Video), saving this content within an XML document for later processing. It is definitely alpha quality, but has been used quite extensively.
X:Forge is a dynamic XML generation framework written in Java, leveraging the power of Avalon components and the speed of SAX. The system is language agnostic with possible implementation in other languages. A Cocoon 1 processor and a Cocoon 2 transformer are provided, as is a set of useful components for Web, SQL, LDAP, and XML:DB access.
XPath Methods allows XPath queries on ParsedXML XML documents (and possibly other DOM implementations) in Zope. XPath is a relatively simple but still quite powerful query language used to address portions of XML documents. When you call an XPath Method you will retrieve a set of DOM nodes which you can then display in a Web page using DTML or ZPT, or which you can issue operations upon using, for instance, Python scripts.
JaxMe is a Java/XML binding framework based on SAX2. It consists of a set of code generators that read an XML schema and generate code for parsing conformant XML documents into corresponding Java objects, saving those objects into a database or, vice versa, reading such Java objects from a database and converting them into XML. JaxMe supports namespaces, relational databases, and Tamino. JaxMe comes with an integrated application framework and a generator for EJB entity beans with BMP (bean managed persistence).
Ganglia is a scalable distributed monitoring system for high-performance computing systems such as clusters and grids. It is based on a hierarchical design targeted at federations of clusters. Ganglia is currently in use on over 500 clusters around the world and has scaled to handle clusters with 2000 nodes.