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From Andy Clark <an...@apache.org>
Subject [ANN] Xerces-J 1.0.2
Date Wed, 23 Feb 2000 00:04:56 GMT
Xerces-J 1.0.2 is now available! You can download the binary and/or
source package distributions from the following URL:

  http://xml.apache.org/dist/

This release contains the following changes/features:

  Removed hard-coded strings to enable national language support (NLS) [jeffreyr,lehors,rip]

  Update for SAX2beta [andyc] 
  Add new feature http://apache.org/xml/features/dom/include-ignorable-whitespace [andyc]

  ChunkyByteArray - needed resize chunk array for large files [andyc] 
  UTF8DataChunk - memory perf fix [andyc] 
  DOM L1 - cache node children length to accelerate Node#item()[andyc] 
  DOM L1 - Off by one error in DeferredDocumentImpl [jflight@impresse.com] 
  DOM L1 - Slight refactoring of DOM to save memory [lehors] 
  Schema datatypes - add binary & URI, update decimal & String [twl] 
  Schema datatypes - allow StringValidator to validate maxLength & enumeration facets
[gtj@peakin.com] 
  Schema datatypes - timeDuration & timeInstant validators [gtj@peakin.com] 
  Schema functionality - allow schema lookup via installed entity resolver [gtj@peakin.com]

  Schema bug fixes (reportSchemaError & integer subtype registration) [gtj@peakin.com]

  Serializer bug on CData sections [arkin] 
  Serializers now prints PUBLIC/SYSTEM id [arkin] 
  HTMLTableElementImpl - Empty cell no longer created when adding a row [arkin] 
  DOM L2 - TreeWalkerImpl didn't iterate backwards properly [bmj01@club-internet.fr] 
  DOM L2 - Tracking the candidate recommendation [lehors] 
  DOM L2 Namespace bug fixes [rip, lehors] 
  DOM L2 API moved to org.w3c.dom where it belongs [rip] 
  DOMMemTest [lehors] 

A lot of work has been done to make this release a reality and I
would like to take this time to thank everyone that contributed
bug reports and software patches. Without your help this project
would not succeed. Keep up the good work!

-- 
Andy Clark * IBM, JTC - Silicon Valley * andyc@apache.org

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