XSH is a powerfull command-line XML editing tool/programming language in the manner of Unix shell interpreters and line-oriented text editors like ed which can be used either interactively or for batch-mode XML processing.
An XML parser written in the REXX programming language. It runs on mainframes (z/OS Rexx) as well as Windows and Linux (Regina or ooRexx). Includes example Rexx programs that use the parser such as: JCL2XML (converts z/OS JCL into an XML format), AUX2SVG (converts a z/OS CICS auxiliary trace file into a visual SVG format), PRETTY (an XML pretty printer), DEVISIO (an example of removing unwanted tags from an SVG file).
Dictionnaire is an open-source French-English dictionary intended to cover modern phraseology as well as entries that are difficult to translate using traditional dictionaries.
COBOL XML file parser
This program is intended to process an XML formatted file of data in one pass rather than record by record. The program does not handle "Attributes".
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This project is no longer valid. Only historical revisions are available here. Please go to https://bitbucket.org/bmlt/bmlt-root-server/ for the current project.
The EOE "middleware" code base to be designed will integrate: 1. disparate commercial and open-source distance learning (DL) applications, 2. Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS) and thus 3. provide much improved educational experiences to students.
MOVED: http://code.google.com/p/rssfilter/ Selects and/or rejects articles from RSS feeds based on keywords you supply. Runs in your taskbar! Originally intended to filter new content from scientific journals such as PRL or the arxiv (cond-mat, etc)
Processing center allowing cash accepting POS terminals to clear the payments with the service providers. Typically in kiosk scenarios allowing the customers to pay mobile phone recharges and communal charges.
CellMate is a J2Me Location Based Service providing its mobile users content sensible to their current location. The user's location is being determined by using the GSM network's cell ID.