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As of release 2.4.16, libxml2 passed all 1800 tests from the OASIS XML Tests Suite.To some extent libxml2 provides support for the following additional specifications but doesn't claim to implement them completely: Hosting sponsored by Open Source CMS services from AOE media. This document describes libxml, the XML C parser and toolkit developed for the Gnome project.Note to people interested in building bindings, the API is formalized as an XML API description file which allows to automate a large part of the Python bindings, this includes function descriptions, enums, structures, typedefs, etc...The Python script used to build the bindings is python/in the source distribution.
Binary ports: Contributions: I do accept external contributions, especially if compiling on another platform, get in touch with the list to upload the package, wrappers for various languages have been provided, and can be found in the bindings section Libxml2 is also available from GIT: This release is both a bug fix release and also contains the early XML Schemas structures and datatypes code, beware, all interfaces are likely to change, there is huge holes, it is clearly a work in progress and don't even think of putting this code in a production system, it's actually not compiled in by default.
Do not send code, I won't debug it (but patches are really appreciated! Please note that with the current amount of virus and SPAM, sending mail to the list without being subscribed won't work.
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XML is a standard for building tag-based structured documents/data.
Here are some key points about libxml: Well, bugs or missing features are always possible, and I will make a point of fixing them in a timely fashion.
You can help the project in various ways, the best thing to do first is to subscribe to the mailing-list as explained before, check the archives and the Gnome bug database: The latest versions of libxml2 can be found on the server ( FTP and rsync are available), there are also mirrors (France and Antonin Sprinzl also provide a mirror in Austria).