The GCC XML Tree Node Introspector project consists of a patch to the gcc compiler to output the internal compiler tree nodes in RDF/XML and programs to process that RDF/XML. The tree nodes are complex data structures which represent the source code inside the compiler. Through these tree nodes, users are able to extract information from their programs that would be otherwise very difficult to obtain. Modules exist to store these nodes in Redland RDF using a Berkley database. The long-term goal of the project is create a high-level API that will make the programmatic manipulation of programs easier than it is now.
xsltester is an applet for testing XSL files. It can execute and judge test routines written in XSL templates without another applied XML file. Therefore developers have to create only one testing XSL file for a test. It contains another applet, xslviewer, which can displays an API document for an XSL file. It displays lists of templates (elements), named templates (functions and subroutines), and parameters, and optionally displays test results for each.
xcb-proto contains descriptions of the X Window System core protocol and selected extensions in an XML-based data format. They are used by the X C Binding (XCB) library to generate much of its code, but you can also use these descriptions for other purposes, such as decoding the X protocol or building X Window System bindings for other languages.
The XCB library provides an interface to the X Window System protocol, designed to replace the Xlib interface. It has several advantages over Xlib, including size (small library and lower memory footprint), latency hiding (batch several requests and wait for the replies later), direct protocol access (one-to-one mapping between interface and protocol), thread support (access XCB from multiple threads, with no explicit locking), and easy creation of new extensions (automatically generates its interface from machine-parsable XML protocol descriptions). Xlib can also use XCB as a transport layer, allowing software to make requests and receive responses with both, which eases porting to XCB. However, client programs, libraries, and toolkits will gain the most benefit from a native XCB port.
xslhtml is an XSL library to display (X)HTML in XSL applets. This library contains the function not only to display HTML elements simply but also to append attribute values in form of elements. It also contains custom tags to display HTML elements easily and conveniently. xslhtml is a subproject in the xslet.sourceforge.net project.
The Orangevolt XSLT Plugin for Eclipse provides XSLT support to the Eclipse platform. It is the Eclipse-based successor of the Java/Swing-based ROXES XmlWrite XSLT editing environment. It provides many great enhancements when working with XML inside Eclipse. It implements XSLT launch configurations, XML editor enhancements, configurable XML outlines, an xpath navigator view, and more.
Treebeard is an XSLT IDE that allows you to load an XML file and an XSLT file (from the Web or from the local file system), edit either file, and then perform transformations. Some features include syntax highlighting, a pluggable XSLT transformer, a template browser, SAX transformations (so you can transform large files - 4MB tested), regular expression find, and displaying transformation results in HTML or plain text.
XAware provides a solution for building real time data integrations and data services. It uses an Eclipse-based designer and a run-time engine implemented using the Spring Framework. XAware has extensive built-in support for database transactions, messaging systems, structured and unstructured text, XML schemas, and more.