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Documentation for the libxom-java package

XOM(tm) is a new XML object model. It is an open source (LGPL), tree-based API for processing XML with Java that strives for correctness, simplicity, and performance, in that order.

XOM is designed to be easy to learn and easy to use. It works very straight-forwardly, and has a very shallow learning curve. Assuming you're already familiar with XML, you should be able to get up and running with XOM very quickly.

XOM is the only XML API that makes no compromises on correctness. XOM only accepts namespace well-formed XML documents, and only allows you to create namespace well-formed XML documents. (In fact, it's a little stricter than that: it actually guarantees that all documents are round-trippable and have well-defined XML infosets.) XOM manages your XML so you don't have to. With XOM, you can focus on the unique value of your application, and trust XOM to get the XML right.

This package includes the API documentation for libxom-java package.

Package version:1.2.1-3


xom (1.2.1-3) unstable; urgency=low

  * Team upload.

  [ Torsten Werner ]
  * Remove new patch from last version because gcj was broken.

  [ Damien Raude-Morvan ]
  * Apply patch from James Pages <>. Thanks :
  * Enabled maven artifact deployment (LP: #715684) (Closes: #612592).
    - debian/control: Build-Depends added maven-repo-helper
    - debian/rules: install maven


This package was debianized by Stephan Michels <> on
Sa,  18 Feb 2006 17:04:27 +0200.

It was downloaded from

Upstream Author: Elliotte Rusty Harold <>

Copyrights: (C) 2004, 2005 Elliotte Rusty Harold


   This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
   it under the terms of version 2.1 of the GNU Lesser 

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