Java based XSLT Processor extension for syntax highlighting
This is an implementation of syntax highlighting as an extension module for XSLT processors (Xalan, Saxon), so if you have e.g. article about programming written in DocBook, code examples can be automatically syntax highlighted during the XSLT processing phase.
Basic, Tiny, Reader for XML
A very basic, portable, tiny parser for XML, written in C under the zlib license. It is designed to be used in memory constrained environments (smartphones for example). The end result will be a "DOM-like" collection of memory. A lot of things were chopped away to deliver the very basic support for XML, and this project does not aim to become a fully compliant parser; keep it basic, stay basic. Part of the design goal is to jam all of this in to one .C file and one .H file while giving other developers a somewhat convenient API. Check the project website for more information about what btrxml is, does, won't do, example usage, and stuff like this.
This is an XML-Parser for Java ME based on the work of Marc De Scheemaecker (original NanoXML-Parser) and Eric Giguère (ported NanoXML to the J2ME platform). It was extended with helpful methods to parse and navigate in RDF and OWL files.
VocalEasel is a simple lead sheet editor and music rehearsal tool designed for the needs of Jazz vocalists, using LilyPond to produce printable lead sheets and MMA (Musical Midi Accompaniment) to produce MIDI accompaniments.
uxml(Micro XML) is a better Tiny XML in my flavor. uxml is fully compatible with Tiny XML, but it has better functionalities. 1. It provides a lightweight SAX. 2. It is lighter in foot-print. 3. It comes with shared object.
ooRuleML library is the object oriented C# implementation of the Rule Markup Language (RuleML).