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Most recent edit on 2011-11-16 00:11:17 by JohnSnelson [2.3.0 release]

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XQilla version 2.3.0 is now available to download under the Apache License v2. This release includes partial XQuery 3.0 support, including higher order functions, relaxed FLWOR syntax, and private functions. The XQuery Full Text syntax has been updated to the latest specification, and many optimizations have been made.

Deletions:
XQilla version 2.2.4 is now available to download under the Apache License v2. This release adds a debugger and debugging API, partial support for XSLT 2.0, and a prototype implementation of higher order functions for XQuery. XQilla also now implements the XQuery API for C.



Edited on 2010-03-03 15:04:44 by JohnSnelson [Updated for 2.2.4]

Additions:
XQilla version 2.2.4 is now available to download under the Apache License v2. This release adds a debugger and debugging API, partial support for XSLT 2.0, and a prototype implementation of higher order functions for XQuery. XQilla also now implements the XQuery API for C.

Deletions:
XQilla version 2.2.3 is now available under the Apache License v2. This release adds a debugger and debugging API, partial support for XSLT 2.0, and a prototype implementation of higher order functions for XQuery. XQilla also now implements the XQuery API for C.



Edited on 2010-02-24 16:45:36 by JohnSnelson [Point to mercurial repository]

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Mercurial Access
Anonymous Mercurial access is available to the XQilla repository - please see the instructions for information on how to access it. You can also browse the HG repository online.


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SVN Access
Anonymous Subversion access is available to the XQilla repository - please see the instructions for information on how to access it. You can also browse the SVN repository online.




Edited on 2010-01-13 13:38:19 by JohnSnelson [Updated XQilla release]

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~- Contribution Ideas
XQilla version 2.2.3 is now available under the Apache License v2. This release adds a debugger and debugging API, partial support for XSLT 2.0, and a prototype implementation of higher order functions for XQuery. XQilla also now implements the XQuery API for C.


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~- GSoC Ideas Page

Ideas List

XQilla wasn't accepted into Google Summer of Code 2008, but the ideas page we've put together could just as easily be used by anyone looking for an interesting open source project, or a manageable introduction to XQilla.
XQilla version 2.2.0 is now available under the Apache License v2. This release adds a debugger and debugging API, partial support for XSLT 2.0, and a prototype implementation of higher order functions for XQuery. XQilla also now implements the XQuery API for C.




Edited on 2009-01-06 15:08:56 by JohnSnelson [Added a link to the XQC API.]

Additions:
XQilla version 2.2.0 is now available under the Apache License v2. This release adds a debugger and debugging API, partial support for XSLT 2.0, and a prototype implementation of higher order functions for XQuery. XQilla also now implements the XQuery API for C.

Deletions:
XQilla version 2.2.0 is now available under the Apache License v2. This release adds a debugger and debugging API, partial support for XSLT 2.0, and a prototype implementation of higher order functions for XQuery.



Edited on 2009-01-06 12:44:06 by JohnSnelson [Updated for the 2.2.0 release]

Additions:
XQilla version 2.2.0 is now available under the Apache License v2. This release adds a debugger and debugging API, partial support for XSLT 2.0, and a prototype implementation of higher order functions for XQuery.

Deletions:
XQilla version 2.1 is now available under a new less restrictive license, the Apache License v2. This release supports querying over HTML via TidyLib, JSON and plain text files, as well as continuing to support XQuery Update (Candidate Recommendation 14 March 2008). Source archives are available on the Sourceforge download page.



Edited on 2008-11-13 14:30:42 by JohnSnelson [Added a link to Suse binaries]

Additions:
Binary packages for XQilla are also available for Debian, Fedora Core and Suse. We are looking for maintainers who would be willing to package XQilla on other platforms.

Deletions:
Binary packages for XQilla are also available for Debian, Fedora Core 7 and Fedora Core 8. We are looking for maintainers who would be willing to package XQilla on other platforms.



Edited on 2008-10-21 16:11:38 by JohnSnelson [Change CVS section to SVN]

Additions:
SVN Access
Anonymous Subversion access is available to the XQilla repository - please see the instructions for information on how to access it. You can also browse the SVN repository online.


Deletions:
CVS Access
Anonymous CVS access is available to the XQilla repository - please see the instructions for information on how to access it. You can also browse the CVS repository online.




Edited on 2008-04-09 05:23:53 by JohnSnelson [Added links to the new extension functions]

Additions:
XQilla version 2.1 is now available under a new less restrictive license, the Apache License v2. This release supports querying over HTML via TidyLib, JSON and plain text files, as well as continuing to support XQuery Update (Candidate Recommendation 14 March 2008). Source archives are available on the Sourceforge download page.

Deletions:
XQilla version 2.1 is now available under a new less restrictive license, the Apache License v2. This release supports querying over HTML via TidyLib, JSON and plain text files, as well as continuing to support XQuery Update (Candidate Recommendation 14 March 2008). Source archives are available on the Sourceforge download page.



Edited on 2008-04-08 08:32:38 by JohnSnelson [Change latest version number]

Additions:
XQilla version 2.1 is now available under a new less restrictive license, the Apache License v2. This release supports querying over HTML via TidyLib, JSON and plain text files, as well as continuing to support XQuery Update (Candidate Recommendation 14 March 2008). Source archives are available on the Sourceforge download page.

Deletions:
XQilla version 2.0 is now available under a new less restrictive license, the Apache License v2. This release continues to support XQuery Update (Last Call Working Draft 28 August 2007). Source archives are available on the Sourceforge download page.



Edited on 2008-03-18 10:56:58 by JohnSnelson [We didn't get into GSoC]

Additions:

Ideas List

XQilla wasn't accepted into Google Summer of Code 2008, but the ideas page we've put together could just as easily be used by anyone looking for an interesting open source project, or a manageable introduction to XQilla.


Deletions:

Google Summer of Code

XQilla has applied to be a part of the Google Summer of Code 2008. The ideas page we've put together could just as easily be used by anyone looking for an interesting open source project, or a manageable introduction to XQilla.




Edited on 2008-03-12 06:59:36 by JohnSnelson [Added link to the ideas page]

Additions:
~- GSoC Ideas Page

Google Summer of Code

XQilla has applied to be a part of the Google Summer of Code 2008. The ideas page we've put together could just as easily be used by anyone looking for an interesting open source project, or a manageable introduction to XQilla.




Edited on 2008-03-04 08:17:55 by JohnSnelson [Added URL for Debian package]

Additions:
Binary packages for XQilla are also available for Debian, Fedora Core 7 and Fedora Core 8. We are looking for maintainers who would be willing to package XQilla on other platforms.

Deletions:
XQilla has also been packaged as an RPM and is available for Fedora Core 7 and Fedora Core 8. We are looking for maintainers who would be willing to package XQilla on other platforms.



Edited on 2008-01-23 07:41:28 by JohnSnelson [Change title]

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XQilla Homepage



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Links





Edited on 2008-01-22 15:55:59 by JohnSnelson [Merged the documentation and support paragraphs, reworded]

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CVS Access
Documentation and examples are provided, as well as an FAQ. There is a user mailing list, xqilla-user, which is the appropriate place to direct any questions or problems. The mailing list has online archives which can be a useful source of answers.


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CVS Access

Documentation

Documentation can be found here.
There is a user mailing list, xqilla-user, which is the appropriate place to direct any questions or problems. You can join the mailing list here, and archives for it are here.




Edited on 2008-01-22 15:52:02 by JohnSnelson [Moved the paragraph about Pathan to the DevelopedBy page]

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XQilla is originally based on an open source project called Pathan, that was hosted by Decisionsoft and implemented XPath 2. However, XQilla has been developed and improved considerably from the Pathan code base.



Edited on 2008-01-22 15:46:54 by JohnSnelson [Added a note on XQilla RPMs, reworded, added side bar quick links]

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XQilla is originally based on an open source project called Pathan, that was hosted by Decisionsoft and implemented XPath 2. However, XQilla has been developed and improved considerably from the Pathan code base.
XQilla is hosted on Sourceforge, where you can also access it's project page.
XQilla version 2.0 is now available under a new less restrictive license, the Apache License v2. This release continues to support XQuery Update (Last Call Working Draft 28 August 2007). Source archives are available on the Sourceforge download page.
XQilla has also been packaged as an RPM and is available for Fedora Core 7 and Fedora Core 8. We are looking for maintainers who would be willing to package XQilla on other platforms.
Anonymous CVS access is available to the XQilla repository - please see the instructions for information on how to access it. You can also browse the CVS repository online.


Deletions:

Project News

XML

Sourceforge Project Summary

XML
XQilla is originally based on an open source project called Pathan, that was hosted by Decisionsoft and implemented XPath 2. However, XQilla has been developed and improved considerably from the Pathan code base. A list of people involved in the development of XQilla can be found here.
XQilla is hosted on Sourceforge, and it's Sourceforge page can be found here.
XQilla version 2.0 is now available under a new less restrictive license, the Apache License v2. This release continues to support XQuery Update (Last Call Working Draft 28 August 2007). Downloads are available here.
Anonymous CVS access is available to the XQilla repository - please see the instructions for information on how to access it. You can also browse the CVS repository here.




Edited on 2007-12-12 14:57:12 by JohnSnelson [Update for new release]

Additions:
XQilla is an XQuery and XPath 2 library and command line utility written in C++, implemented on top of the Xerces-C library. It is made available under the terms of the Apache License v2.
XQilla version 2.0 is now available under a new less restrictive license, the Apache License v2. This release continues to support XQuery Update (Last Call Working Draft 28 August 2007). Downloads are available here.


Deletions:
XQilla is an XQuery and XPath 2 library and command line utility written in C++, implemented on top of the Xerces-C library. It is made available under the terms of the Sleepycat licence and a BSD style licence.
XQilla version 1.1.0 is now available. This release introduces some major new features including XQuery Update (Last Call Working Draft 28 August 2007) support, streaming event output, and speed and memory consumption improvements. Downloads are available here.




Edited on 2007-10-12 04:15:12 by JohnSnelson

Additions:
XQilla version 1.1.0 is now available. This release introduces some major new features including XQuery Update (Last Call Working Draft 28 August 2007) support, streaming event output, and speed and memory consumption improvements. Downloads are available here.

Deletions:
XQilla version 1.1.0 is now available. This release introduces some major new features including XQuery Update (Last Call Working Draft 28 August 2007) support, streaming event output, and speed and memory consumption improvements. Downloads are available here.



Oldest known version of this page was edited on 2007-08-31 06:54:02 by JohnSnelson []
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XQilla

XQilla

XQilla is an XQuery and XPath 2 library and command line utility written in C++, implemented on top of the Xerces-C library. It is made available under the terms of the Sleepycat licence and a BSD style licence.

XQilla is originally based on an open source project called Pathan, that was hosted by Decisionsoft and implemented XPath 2. However, XQilla has been developed and improved considerably from the Pathan code base. A list of people involved in the development of XQilla can be found here.

XQilla is hosted on Sourceforge, and it's Sourceforge page can be found here.

Downloads

XQilla version 1.1.0 is now available. This release introduces some major new features including XQuery Update (Last Call Working Draft 28 August 2007) support, streaming event output, and speed and memory consumption improvements. Downloads are available here.

CVS Access

Anonymous CVS access is available to the XQilla repository - please see the instructions for information on how to access it. You can also browse the CVS repository here.

Documentation

Documentation can be found here.

Support

There is a user mailing list, xqilla-user, which is the appropriate place to direct any questions or problems. You can join the mailing list here, and archives for it are here.

If you have a bug to report, you may wish to enter it into our bug database.
 
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