Florent Georges
2015-02-07 5f528c44b1c217a4dd0155997703619bb27de89a
packages.xml
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33 <pkg abbrev="calabash-basex" id="fgeorges/calabash-basex">
44 <name>http://fgeorges.org/lib/calabash-basex</name>
55 <abstract>BaseX XProc steps for Calabash.</abstract>
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+ <desc format="text">Implements XProc steps for Calabash, to communicate with a BaseX instance.</desc>
67 <code>https://github.com/fgeorges/calabash-basex-steps</code>
78 <author id="fgeorges">Florent Georges</author>
89 <category id="databases">Databases</category>
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2627 <pkg abbrev="cxan-website" id="fgeorges/cxan-website">
2728 <name>http://cxan.org/website</name>
2829 <abstract>The CXAN website.</abstract>
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+ <desc format="text">The webapp package for the CXAN website.</desc>
2931 <home>http://cxan.org/</home>
3032 <code>https://github.com/fgeorges/cxan</code>
3133 <author id="fgeorges">Florent Georges</author>
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5355 <pkg abbrev="docbook" id="fgeorges/docbook">
5456 <name>http://docbook.org/schemas</name>
5557 <abstract>Schemas for DocBook 5.0.</abstract>
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+ <desc format="text">The DocBook schemas, in various schema languages.</desc>
5659 <home>http://docbook.org/</home>
5760 <code>https://github.com/fgeorges/docbook-pkg</code>
5861 <author id="oasis">OASIS</author>
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7073 <pkg abbrev="docbook-xsl" id="fgeorges/docbook-xsl">
7174 <name>http://docbook.org/xsl</name>
7275 <abstract>Stylesheets for DocBook, with namespace support.</abstract>
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+ <desc format="text">This set of XSLT stylesheets for DocBook documents is the one with namespace
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+support, meaning that the DocBook documents must be in the namespace defined for
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+DocBook (as opposed to within no namespace at all, like back in the days...)
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+
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+This, indeed, is considered the modern way to write documents.</desc>
7381 <home>http://docbook.sourceforge.net/</home>
7482 <code>https://github.com/fgeorges/docbook-pkg</code>
7583 <author id="nwalsh">Norman Walsh</author>
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8694 <pkg abbrev="docbook-xsl-nons" id="fgeorges/docbook-xsl-nons">
8795 <name>http://docbook.org/xsl-nons</name>
8896 <abstract>Stylesheets for DocBook, NO namespace support.</abstract>
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+ <desc format="text">This set of XSLT stylesheets for DocBook documents is the one WITHOUT namespace
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+support, meaning that the DocBook documents must NOT be in the namespace defined
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+for DocBook (like back in the days, when namespaces were not wide-spread...)
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+
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+For the stylesheets WITH namespace support, see the package fgeorges/docbook-xsl.</desc>
89102 <home>http://docbook.sourceforge.net/</home>
90103 <code>https://github.com/fgeorges/docbook-pkg</code>
91104 <author id="nwalsh">Norman Walsh</author>
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102115 <pkg abbrev="functx" id="fgeorges/functx">
103116 <name>http://functx.com/</name>
104117 <abstract>The famous FunctX library.</abstract>
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+ <desc format="text">FunctX is a general-purpose XSLT and XQuery tool library.
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+This version comes with support for f:open-ref-document() disabled, as it generates
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+the following static error on MarkLogic: "err:FONS0005 - resolve-uri($refNode) --
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+Base uri undefined in the static context", actually preventing to compile, hence to
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+use, the module at all.</desc>
105124 <home>http://functx.com/</home>
106125 <code>https://github.com/fgeorges/functx-pkg</code>
107126 <author id="pwalmsley">Priscilla Walmsley</author>
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116135 <pkg abbrev="fxsl" id="fgeorges/fxsl">
117136 <name>http://fxsl.sf.net/</name>
118137 <abstract>The famous FXSL library.</abstract>
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+ <desc format="text">FXSL provides functional support for XSLT 1.0 and 2.0. It can be somewhat absolete
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+for XSLT 3.0, as this new version of the language comes with built-in first-class
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+citizen function items, as well as several higher-order functions.</desc>
119141 <home>http://fxsl.sourceforge.net/</home>
120142 <code>https://github.com/fgeorges/fxsl-pkg</code>
121143 <author id="dnovatchev">Dimitre Novatchev</author>
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130152 <pkg abbrev="pipx" id="fgeorges/pipx">
131153 <name>http://pipx.org/</name>
132154 <abstract>The PipX library of steps for XProc.</abstract>
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+ <desc format="text">PipX is meant at being a standard XProc step library. It is community-maintained,
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+and contain generic steps, useful to potentially any XProc pipeline.</desc>
133157 <home>http://pipx.org/</home>
134158 <code>https://github.com/fgeorges/pipx</code>
135159 <author id="fgeorges">Florent Georges</author>
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145169 <pkg abbrev="serial" id="fgeorges/serial">
146170 <name>http://fgeorges.org/lib/serial</name>
147171 <abstract>XML serializer in XSLT, to text and HTML.</abstract>
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+ <desc format="text">Provides XPath functions to XSLT, to serialize XML nodes to either plain text or
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+to HTML (with syntax highlighting).</desc>
148174 <code>https://github.com/fgeorges/serialize-xml</code>
149175 <author id="fgeorges">Florent Georges</author>
150176 <category id="libs">Libraries</category>
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159185 <pkg abbrev="xproject" id="fgeorges/xproject">
160186 <name>http://expath.org/lib/project</name>
161187 <abstract>XML Project Manager.</abstract>
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+ <desc format="text">XProject builds on the EXPath Packaging System and provides a convention-based project
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+format. If your project follows some simple conventions (like components are in
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+sub-directory "src/", and "xproject/project.xml" contains some description of your
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+project), then XProject can automatically build a package for it.
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+XProject supports webapps as well.
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+See the homepage for details.</desc>
162196 <home>http://expath.org/modules/xproject/</home>
163197 <code>https://github.com/fgeorges/xproject</code>
164198 <author id="fgeorges">Florent Georges</author>