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Lycia (formerly known as Java XmlParser) is an event-based parser framework for being used on top of different structured datasources such like XML (at the moment supported), CSV, SQL-Resultsets, CSS and whatever you can imagine to be a datasource by implementing your own reader.
It was build by the model of the Springs Application-Context xml parser.

Lycia can be used for generate classes on base of xml or other datasources or to make some basic transformations to them (in case the implementation ships a writer as well).

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Java
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XML Schema
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30 Day Summary

Dec 13 2015 — Jan 12 2016

12 Month Summary

Jan 12 2015 — Jan 12 2016

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