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Validator.nu

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Claimed by Mozilla Foundation Analyzed about 1 year ago

A markup checker for HTML documents.

491K lines of code

16 current contributors

over 2 years since last commit

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jing-trang

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Jing is an application for validating an XML document against a RELAX NG schema, in either the XML or the compact syntax. Trang is an application for converting different XML schema languages to and from RELAX NG. Jing and Trang are written in Java. See the links at the side for more information.

179K lines of code

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about 3 years since last commit

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Candle App Platform

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  Analyzed 29 days ago

Candle App Platform is an XML-centric rich application development platform for both desktops and the Internet. It supports technologies like XSLT, XQuery, XML Scheme, RELAX NG, XQuery Update, XHTML, and SVG, and a new scripting language - Candle (Common ApplicatioN Development LanguagE).

342K lines of code

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about 4 years since last commit

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gpi-xrecipes-maker

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

This project aims to develop a Collaborative recipe and ingredients creator. The goal is to create a Web service oriented p2p network to communicate with each other and search through the database of ingredients and recipes. It allows you to create your own documents too, sharing this way everyone's 'know-how' toward others.

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almost 10 years since last commit

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pxb

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

PXB uses the power of perl data structures to define the rules of how perl objects are converted to or from XML (the binding). Or more explicitly to and from the DOM tree. Why not to use just DOM instead? DOM is just a representation of the XML data structure. It does not provide any facility to ... [More] hook up easily some custom callback aligned with some external data schema to the particular element in the tree. The current spectrum of available XML APIs for perl is limited to tree walking. The PXB framework is an attempt to bring event based callbacks into the DOM and add some functional validation inside of such binding as well as provide mechanism to map any arbitrary SQL database schema to the hierarchical structure of the DOM tree. Importance of such mapping technique is exposed by the lack of robust support for native XML data type among the current list of “freeware” storage engines where the SQL RDBM is more or less a standard. Also, PXB uses perl as meta-language and it uses perl to create perl OO API. It eliminates tedious job of describing each XML element by another language structures. Any developer can concentrate on implementing semantic rules, protocols and actual functionality instead of wasting any time on following XML or Relax NG schema syntax. Moreover, there is a auto generated test suite for the each class of the generated API and every method call is documented. The internal structure of every class is clean and it was designed to stay clean, readable and easily understandable by any other perl developer. It utilizes almost every known of the perl’s best practices 2 and uses Class::Fields and fields packages to provide tighter encapsulation and Class::Accessor to provide complete list of accessors and mutators. Behavioral semantic of the each class in the class tree is the same and implements absolutely the same callbacks to allow transparency and propagation of the implemented callbacks across the API. Disclaimer: This project was intended to be named as PMON (perl meta object notation ) but the acronym was already been taken by another project. [Less]

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Licenses: Apache-2.0

foursuite

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

4Suite is a platform for XML processing and knowledge management, implemented in Python and C. It's split into three separate packages: 4Suite XML - XML, XPath, XSLT, related technologies and support libraries 4Suite RDF - RDF processing libraries and stand-alone DBMS 4Suite Repository - XML and ... [More] RDF repository and server with a rules-based engine. The core component, 4Suite XML, is a comprehensive Python library for XML processing. It is implemented in Python and C and supports XML (SAX-like and DOM-like), XPath, XSLT, RELAX NG, XUpdate, XInclude, XPointer, and more. [Less]

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conservationprojects

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Schema definitions of a Conservation Project.

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Licenses: LGPL

relaxng4j

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

relaxng4jrelaxng4j is a collection of tools for working with RelaxNG schemas in Java. relaxng4j-validatorA RelaxNG parser for java. this is based heavily on the 20030619 version of the Jing RelaxNG parser written by thaiopensource.com (http://thaiopensource.com/relaxng/jing.html ). Thaiopensource ... [More] has stopped development on Jing, so this will be an active replacement for bug fixes and new features. The primary impetus for this is creating a version that will work on the 1.6 JDK. update : James Clark has revived Jing and Trang - as the Google Code project jing-trang. I recommend that you use that instead. I only created this fork because I needed to make Jing work with JDK 1.6, and James has done so with his revitalized project. [Less]

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about 8 years since last commit

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synoptic-report

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

An XML framework for creation and distribution of structured (sometimes referred to as "synoptic") medical diagnostic reports, in particular pathology and radiology reports. The framework consists of the following components: a modular and extensible set of base document schemas (implemented ... [More] as Relax NG) that allow description of the section structure and the recurring information items pertaining to a medical domain; a mechanism for extending the base schemas to accommodate more specialized information content pertaining to various combinations of diagnostic method and body site; a pattern for adding rules-based constraints on the report schemas generated from (1) and (2), using Schematron as the implementation language; a method for converting (1) + (2) into XML Schema or (1) + (2) + (3) into exemplary instances, either of which may be used in XForms, PDF Forms, etc. environments as the binding target for visual forms; a set of semantic extraction transforms implemented in XSLT and linked to the schemas by means of GRDDL, suitable for mapping compliant documents into any standard terminology or (especially) RDF/OWL ontology. [Less]

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jsrelaxngvalidator

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

A light-weight RelaxNG validator written in javascript.

21.2K lines of code

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