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XML Encoded Source

XML Encoded Source is a tool that encodes source code in XML form to allow conversion to other languages, the generation of documentation such as UML, and to provide an intermediate format for code generators that allows code to be more quickly compiled on the fly. It also provides language independence in code distribution and could provide a much better way to mix scripting code in with XML data.


Recent releases

  •  07 Mar 2005 18:27

    Release Notes: Multiple bugfixes, although there are more to do.

    •  24 Jan 2005 10:45

      Release Notes: This version now imports Java and C# source code and exports Java, C#, C++ header, and definition source code.

      •  10 Jan 2005 17:40

        Release Notes: The program now parses input directly to internal an format without using an intermediate tree structure.

        •  24 Nov 2004 19:28

          Release Notes: Changes to schema and bugfixes in the parser.

          •  09 Nov 2004 11:16

            Release Notes: The tool now uses javacc and jjtree to tokenize and parse input.


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