Florent Georges
2015-12-16 79fb0111d50aedd7e2fc3e5d5ea180a28fad9956
packages.xml
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33 <pkg abbrev="file-saxon" id="expath/file-saxon">
44 <name>http://expath.org/lib/file</name>
55 <abstract>EXPath File for Saxon.</abstract>
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+ <desc format="text">The EXPath File module provides tools to deal with files and file systems (what is the last
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+time a file was accessed?, append some XML to an existing file, etc.)
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+
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+This is a third-party implementation for Saxon HE (Saxon PE and EE have native
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+support for the EXPath File module).</desc>
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+ <code>https://github.com/fgeorges/expath-file-java</code>
612 <author id="fgeorges">Florent Georges</author>
713 <category id="libs">Libraries</category>
814 <category id="saxon">Saxon extensions</category>
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1824 <pkg abbrev="http-client-saxon" id="expath/http-client-saxon">
1925 <name>http://expath.org/lib/http-client</name>
2026 <abstract>EXPath HTTP Client for Saxon.</abstract>
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+ <desc format="text">The EXPath HTTP Client provides a single function, sending a HTTP request, represented
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+as an XML element (the endpoint URL, as well as the headers, body content, etc.)
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+It returns the HTTP response represented as XML as well.</desc>
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+ <code>https://github.com/fgeorges/expath-http-client-java</code>
2131 <author id="fgeorges">Florent Georges</author>
2232 <category id="libs">Libraries</category>
2333 <category id="saxon">Saxon extensions</category>
2434 <tag>http</tag>
2535 <tag>library</tag>
2636 <tag>saxon</tag>
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+ <version num="0.12.0">
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+ <file name="expath-http-client-saxon-0.12.0.xar" role="pkg"/>
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+ <file name="expath-http-client-saxon-0.12.0.zip" role="archive"/>
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+ </version>
2741 <version num="0.11.0">
2842 <file name="expath-http-client-saxon-0.11.0.xar" role="pkg"/>
2943 <file name="expath-http-client-saxon-0.11.0.zip" role="archive"/>
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5468 </version>
5569 </pkg>
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+ <pkg abbrev="xspec" id="expath/xspec">
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+ <name>http://www.jenitennison.com/xslt/xspec</name>
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+ <abstract>XSpec, the BDD framework to test XPath-based languages.</abstract>
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+ <desc format="text">XSpec is a Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) framework for XML
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+processing, currently focusing on XSLT and XQuery. It is based on the
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+Spec framework of RSpec, which is a BDD framework for Ruby.
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+
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+XSpec consists of a syntax for describing the behaviour of your XSLT
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+or XQuery code, and some code that enables you to test your code
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+against those descriptions.</desc>
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+ <code>https://github.com/expath/xspec</code>
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+ <author id="fgeorges">Florent Georges</author>
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+ <author id="jenit">Jeni Tennison</author>
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+ <category id="applications">Applications</category>
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+ <category id="test">Test</category>
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+ <category id="tools">Tools</category>
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+ <tag>test</tag>
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+ <tag>bdd</tag>
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+ <version num="0.4.0">
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+ <file name="xspec-0.4.0.xar" role="pkg"/>
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+ </version>
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+ </pkg>
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+
5794 <pkg abbrev="zip-saxon" id="expath/zip-saxon">
5895 <name>http://expath.org/lib/zip</name>
5996 <abstract>EXPath ZIP for Saxon.</abstract>
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+ <desc format="text">The ZIP Facility module provides ways to read existing ZIP files and to generat new
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+ones directly from XPath.</desc>
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+ <code>https://code.google.com/p/expath-zip/</code>
60100 <author id="fgeorges">Florent Georges</author>
61101 <category id="libs">Libraries</category>
62102 <category id="saxon">Saxon extensions</category>
63103 <tag>library</tag>
64104 <tag>saxon</tag>
65105 <tag>zip</tag>
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+ <version num="0.8.0">
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+ <file name="expath-zip-saxon-0.8.0.xar" role="pkg"/>
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+ <file name="expath-zip-saxon-0.8.0.zip" role="archive"/>
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+ </version>
66110 <version num="0.7.0">
67111 <file name="expath-zip-saxon-0.7.0.xar" role="pkg"/>
68112 <file name="expath-zip-saxon-0.7.0.zip" role="archive"/>