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From Michael Glavassevich <mrgla...@ca.ibm.com>
Subject Re: Is the Arbortext release of Java Catalog code and README still available?
Date Fri, 07 Mar 2008 19:27:53 GMT
Hi Tom,

If anyone knows it's probably Norm Walsh himself. Not sure if he still
watches the list.

Thanks.

Michael Glavassevich
XML Parser Development
IBM Toronto Lab
E-mail: mrglavas@ca.ibm.com
E-mail: mrglavas@apache.org

Tom Seelbach <tom.seelbach@gmail.com> wrote on 03/07/2008 02:22:45 PM:

> Hi,
> In the NOTICE-resolver.txt for xml-commons-resolver 1.2 it says:
>    Portions of this code are derived from classes placed in the
>    public domain by Arbortext on 10 Apr 2000. See:
>
> http://www.arbortext.
> com/customer_support/updates_and_technical_notes/catalogs/docs/README.htm

>
>
> But the arbortext website is gone. (They were bought by PTC in 2005)
>    http://www.ptc.com/support/arbortext.htm
>
> Is  the above  README still available somewhere? Would be great if there
> were a copy in svn....  If not  can someone send me a copy?
>
> In Norman Walsh's  article from 04 Apr 2000:
>    http://xml.coverpages.org/walshSystemsIDsNewURL.html
>
> he writes:
> "Using Catalog files became a lot easier earlier this month when
> Arbortext released its Java Catalog classes to the XML community. Using
> these classes, it's simple to add Catalog support to your favorite Java
> parser. (Equivalent support for parsers in other languages should be
> fairly easy to construct from the free and Open Source of the Java
> classes, although Arbortext has no immediate plans to undertake this
> effort.)"
>
> "You can download the classes
> <http://www.arbortext.
> com/Customer_Support/Updates_and_Technical_Notes/java_form.html>
>
> (http://www.arbortext.
> com/Customer_Support/Updates_and_Technical_Notes/java_form.html)
>
> or view the JavaDoc API Documentation
> <http://www.arbortext.
> com/customer_support/updates_and_technical_notes/catalogs/docs/api/>
> online. You can also read Arbortext's press release
> <http://www.arbortext.
> com/News_and_Events/recent_news_pages/Recent_12/recent_12.html>
> (http://www.arbortext.
> com/News_and_Events/recent_news_pages/Recent_12/recent_12.html
> ) about the code."
>
> Are these classes, javadoc, or the press release still available
> somewhere?  If  not  can someone send me a copy?
>
> (  This message contains looks like it contains a subset of the
> README...  http://lists.xml.org/archives/xml-dev/200004/msg00135.html  )
>
> thank you!
> Tom


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