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[ANN] RenderX XEP for .NET is released

From: Nikolai Grigoriev <grig@renderx.com>
Date: Sat, 1 May 2004 00:56:29 +0400
Message-ID: <00a601c42ef5$aa276430$ce00a8c0@Madagascar>
To: <xsl-list@lists.mulberrytech.com>, <XSL-FO@yahoogroups.com>, <www-xsl-fo@w3.org>

Dear list subcribers,

RenderX has released XEP.NET - an XSL Formatting Engine for Microsoft .NET platform. 

XEP.NET is a Visual J#/.NET port of RenderX XEP, an XSL formatter for Java; 
its functionality and XSL FO support level are identical to the Java version. 
The XEP.NET core is wrapped in an API that exposes standard .NET interfaces 
for XML processing. This public API forms a .NET class library component 
that can be used from any .NET programming language: C#, VB.NET, or J#.NET.
Additionally, the software includes a class library for MSXML integration that 
allows use of MSXML SAX parser and transformation APIs in addition to .NET 
system interfaces. 

The new product is available from the Xattic online shop (http://shop.xattic.com) 
in several different editions. There is a free trial edition, and an academic edition 
available upon request to educational and research institutions.

All editions include XEP.NET Assistant - a graphical shell to make 
formatting more convenient, and command-line tools for launching 
the formatter and the validator.

Best regards,
Nikolai Grigoriev
Received on Friday, 30 April 2004 16:57:09 UTC

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