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DOM level2 library for accessing XML files

gdome2 is a fast, light and complete DOM level2 implementation based on libxml2. Although it has been written for the GNOME project, it can be used stand-alone.

A DOM implementation (also called a host implementation) is what makes a parsed XML or HTML document available for processing via a standard interface called DOM.

libgdome2 currently supports the "Core", "XML", "Events" and "MutationEvents" modules from the DOM2 Recommendation (see and, and is supposed to become a full implementation of all the DOM2 standard.

Package version:0.8.1-1


				GDOME2 0.8.1

DOM level2 library for accessing XML files based on libxml2.

With gdome2 programmers can work with XML documents with an interface that is:
  - easy to use
  - compliant to W3C standards
  - a required step towards world DOMination

* Installing

To install, run
$ ./configure
$ make
$ make check
$ make install

If installing from CVS, use ./ instead of


gdome2 (0.8.1-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream version (now builds with libglib2.0)

 -- Enrico Zini <>  Thu,  9 Oct 2003 12:41:49 +0200

gdome2 (0.8.0-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * New upstream version

 -- Enrico Zini <>  Thu, 25 Sep 2003 22:53:16 +0200

gdome2 (0.7.4-2) unstable; urgency=low

  * Updated build scripts.  Closes: #184260

 -- Enrico Zin


2003-10-05  Paolo Casarini <>
        - fixed dipendencies
        - now gdome2 depends by default from glib2
        - added "enable-glib-1" flag to compile gdome2 with glib1
        - updated for 0.8.1 release
        - deleted traversal module related rule
        * libgdome/gdome-treegc.[ch]
        removed some dead code


This package was debianized by Enrico Zini <> on
Thu, 11 Oct 2001 16:35:58 +0200.


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