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a high-performance XML processor

Woodstox is a high-performance validating namespace-aware StAX-compliant (JSR-173) Open Source XML-processor written in Java. XML processor means that it handles both input (parsing) and output (writing, serialization), as well as supporting tasks such as validation.

This library is needed for the freecol package, and will probably be of interest for others.

Package version:1:3.9.2.dfsg-2


== Woodstox XML parser ==

Woodstox is an XML-parser that allows parsing of XML documents in so-called
pull mode (aka "pull parsing").
It specifically implements StAX 1.0 API:

which defines what is closest to being the J2xE standard for XML pull parsers.

Woodstox was originally written by Tatu Saloranta (<>.

Woodstox licensing is exp


libwoodstox-java for Debian

Please note that this package doesn't provide the full functionality of the
original sources. It has been tailored for freecol's needs, and in
particular, features that require external dependencies were stripped
out. Please file a bug report if you wish to use some of these features.

 -- Vincent Fourmond <>  Sun, 30 Sep


libwoodstox-java (1:3.9.2.dfsg-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * Team upload

  [ Vincent Fourmond ]
  * Daniel Leidert updated debian/watch, thanks !
  * Updated again debian/watch to point to the new download page

  [ Torsten Werner ]
  * Merge changes from Ubuntu.
  * Switch to source format 3.0.
  * Add get-orig-source target to debian/rules.
  * Add debian/ to clean up orig tarball fr


Planned stuff for 4.0

* O


== Performance improvement ideas ==

=== 1. Low-level parsing ===

==== 1.0.1 Check name validity on


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Sun, 30 Sep 2007 15:34:41 +

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