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New release: GML4J 1.03 beta

GML4J is a Java API for facilitating work with the Geography Markup Language (http://www.gmlcentral.com). GML is an XML-based framework for encoding geography information adopted as a recommendation paper by OGC (http://www.opengis.org).

This release of GML4J, an experimental data scanner for the Geography Markup Language, brings improvements in schema parsing and fixes some related bugs. The package name com.galdosinc was renamed to com.gmlcentral.gml4j to eliminate the false impression that the GML4J software is proprietary (it is and will always be open-source). It's been a while since the 1.02 beta release, so I also updated the jar files and removed some redundant ones. The Werken XPath engine was replaced with its successor Jaxen. The project was compiled using JDK 1.4 on Windows 2000.

Posted by Alex Milanovic 2002-04-02

GML4J 1.02 beta release

GML4J is envisioned as a general-purpose library for facilitating work with Geography Markup Language (GML). GML 2.0 has been endorsed as a recommendation paper by the OpenGIS Consortium (OGC). This version of GML4J behaves as a data scanner, which parses GML instance documents and GML application schemas, and classifies the elements in the documents based on their schema types. It works with any well-designed GML application schema (according to the guidelines outlined in the GML spec). Sample applications of this classification are visualization of a GML document (e.g. as maps) and conversion to other data formats. More info can be found at http://gml4j.sourceforge.net... read more

Posted by Alex Milanovic 2001-09-05

GML4J 1.01 beta release

GML4J is envisioned as a general-purpose library for facilitating work with Geography Markup Language (GML). GML 2.0 has been endorsed as a recommendation paper by the OpenGIS Consortium (OGC). This version of GML4J behaves as a data scanner, which parses GML instance documents and GML application schemas, and classifies the elements in the documents based on their schema types. It works with any well-designed GML application schema (according to the guidelines outlined in the GML spec). Sample applications of this classification are visualization of a GML document (e.g. as maps) and conversion to other data formats. More info can be found at http://gml4j.sourceforge.net

Posted by Alex Milanovic 2001-06-06

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