I have got the working draft, that looks very promising.
Now the decision has been made to contribute it back to the community.
So my question is, would you be interested to take it on-board (with LGPL) ?
It is a unique solution (at the moment) there are no other tool or library that allow to execute XPath or XQuery on JCR.
Than I will set-up google code project for it, and when it is up, I will add a link from Saxon WIKI to the project.
Also I would like to run the full XPath and XQuery compliance test on the driver, to make sure that all bugs has been nailed. Can you advice me on easiest way of doing it.
>Also I would like to run the full XPath and XQuery compliance test on the driver, to make sure that all bugs has been nailed. Can you advice me on easiest way of doing it.
W3C publish an XQuery 1.0 test suite, which is publicly available, and an XSLT 2.0 test suite, which is restricted to W3C members only. Saxon's test drivers for both are included in the saxon-resources download. Basically, your main task is to modify the driver so that it loads the source document for the query into your "JCR" data structure, instead of into a standard Saxon TinyTree.
I'm pleased you've got it working and I look forward to giving it a try.
I prefer not to issue things like this myself - it adds to the testing load and the support load. Rather, please issue it yourself, and use the Saxon project wiki to reference it as a third-party add-on.
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