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Subject: DOCBOOK-APPS: FW: [ANN] xml-commons-resolver-1.0 released asindependent component

----- Forwarded message from Shane Curcuru <shane_curcuru@yahoo.com> -----

Date: Tue, 12 Nov 2002 09:27:48 -0800 (PST)
From: Shane Curcuru <shane_curcuru@yahoo.com>
Subject: [ANN] xml-commons-resolver-1.0 released as independent component
To: commons-dev@xml.apache.org
Cc: announcements@xml.apache.org

By request and as an experiment to try new packaging, I've posted a 1.0
release of the XmlResolver component of xml-commons.  This release
includes just Norman Walsh's org.apache.xml.resolver package, which
implements a number of useful XML catalog resolving features.  

You can download the release at:
with corresponding .sig files.  The sources have been tagged

Note that Norman has a few planned bugfixes in the near future which
are not in this release; they'll be in a 1.1 release when we're ready
for it.  This release is primarily so existing clients can have a
released version to use for reference.

Note that this also includes another packaging experiment.  Since
xml-commons may host a number of small XML-centric bits, I'm wondering
if it would be useful for reference or the like to have a well-known
location where you can find resolver-latest.jar, which would be a copy
of the latest public release of the resolver.  I've posted one in our
distribution area (signed of course), comments welcome.  I imagine this
could be very useful for which.jar to make it easy for folks to
download just the .jar to use in environment checking, etc.

Sorry for the delay!  Getting ready for ApacheCon and starting to
forrestize xml-commons are my next spare time projects...

- Shane

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