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IBM developerWorks: Apache and industry leaders debut XML suite of tools

Nov 14, 1999, 17:47 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Chris Rumble, Scott Cosby)

"In response to developers clamoring for open-source XML tools, the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has unveiled the Apache XML Project and a suite of open-source XML tools. The tools were contributed by a handful of industry vendors and individual open source XML developers. Contributing vendors include DataChannel, IBM, Exoffice, Lotus Development Corporation, Sun Microsystems, and Textuality."

"The suite of open-source XML tools includes XML4J and XML4C Parsers from IBM, OpenXML from Exoffice and Assaf Arkin, LotusXSL from Lotus Development Corporation, XPages from DataChannel, FOP from James Tauber, Cocoon from Stefano Mazzocchi and the Java-Apache community, Java[tm] Project X and XHTML Parser from Sun Microsystems, and XSL:P from Exoffice and Keith Visco."

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