NQXML is a pure Ruby implementation of a non-validating XML processor. It
includes an XML tokenizer, a SAX-style streaming XML parser, a DOM-style
tree XML Parser, and an XML writer. ``NQ'' stands for ``Not Quite''. Please
read the Limitations section of the
Ruby 1.8 now ships with REXML, an
excellent XML parser for Ruby by Sean Russell. It includes XPath support.
You should probably use that instead of NQXML.
Ruby is an object-oriented scripting language by Yukihiro Matsumoto. Visit
the official Ruby Web site for more
The XML specification lives on The World Wide
Web Consortium's Web site.
NQXML is developed and maintained by Jim Menard, firstname.lastname@example.org. The official
Web page of NQXML is http://nqxml.sourceforge.net,
where the latest release may be found.
See the User's Manual for a summary of recent
changes and some examples of how to use NQXML. This on-line HTML version
includes links to all of the example code that comes with NQXML.
The RDoc source code documentation was
generated using Dave Thomas's RDoc.
the latest version (1.1.3p1) from SourceForge. The download contains the
Ruby code, an install script, and the documentation.
This list does not include the limitations listed above.
There are no known bugs in 1.1.3p1.
NQXML is copyrighted free software by Jim Menard and is released under the
same license as Ruby.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED ``AS IS'' AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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