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Commons JXPath example source code file (release-notes-1.1.xml)

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The Commons JXPath release-notes-1.1.xml source code

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
   Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more
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  this work for additional information regarding copyright ownership.
  The ASF licenses this file to You under the Apache License, Version 2.0
  (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with
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       JXPath Release Notes 1.1
    <author email="">
       Dmitri Plotnikov


  <section name="JXPath 1.1 Release Notes">
      Most changes in 1.1 are in the internal implementation and do not affect
      public APIs. However there are some new publicly visible features:
          Full support for JDOM. Just like with DOM, if a JDOM node
          is the root node of a JXPathContext, the implementation strictly follows
          the XPath 1.0 standard.  A JDOM node can also be a part of a mixed model,
          i.e. the value of a property, variable, container, collection element
          Pointer has an additional method: getNode(), which returns the raw
          value without converting it to a primitive value.  This makes
          a difference when you are working with DOM/JDOM and want to obtain
          the Node itself, not the textual value of the Node.
          Support for DynaBeans
          (see <a href="">Jakarta
          Commons BeanUtils</a>).
          Refactored XML parsing by container to allow for alternate parsers.
          All you do now is specify which model you want the container to use -
          DOM (default) or JDOM.  From that point the processing is transparent.
          <a href="apidocs/org/apache/commons/jxpath/xml/DocumentContainer.html">
          The <code>format-number XSLT function is now supported.
          In order to provide full conformance with the standard, we also
          needed to introduce the format customization mechanism known in
          XSLT as <code><xsl:decimal-format> (see
          <a href="">
          W3Schools tutorial</a>).  The new methods of JXPathContext:
          <code>setDecimalFormatSymbols() and
          <code>getDecimalFormatSymbols() fulfill that requirement.
          The <code>attribute:: axis is now supported models other than
          DOM/JDOM.  For beans and maps it is interpreted the same way as
          the <code>"child::" axis.
          In JXPath 1.0 you could only register DynamicPropertyHandlers for
          concrete classes, now you can also register them for interfaces.
          The implementation of <code>setValue() has changed for DOM/JDOM
          nodes.  In JXPath 1.0 it would replace text in the element, but leave
          sub-elements alone.  The new implementation is more consistent: it
          drops all subelements first.  Also, if you pass a Node as the new
          value, it will insert the Node in the tree.
          If you need to evaluate multiple paths relative to a certain node
          in the object graph, you can now create a relative JXPathContext.
          Obtain the pointer for the location that is supposed to define
          the relative context and then a relative context by calling
          The JUnit tests for JXPath have been completely redisigned and
          significantly enhanced.


    <section name="Acknowledgements">
        Great thanks to everybody who reported problems, helped to trace them,
        suggested changed or simply provided encouragement. Special thanks to
          <li>Trond Aasan
          <li>Bjorn Bength
          <li>Derek A. Bodin
          <li>Stephen Colebourne
          <li>Torsten Curdt
          <li>Pierre Delisle
          <li>Ruud Diterwich
          <li>Peter Donald
          <li>Kate Dvortsova
          <li>Eduardo Francos
          <li>dIon Gillard
          <li>Mike Hogan
          <li>Ivelin Ivanov
          <li>Per Kreipke
          <li>Kees Kuip
          <li>David Li
          <li>Ulrich Nicolas Lisse
          <li>Costin Manolache
          <li>Thorsten Mauch
          <li>Craig R. McClanahan
          <li>Markus Menner
          <li>Daniel Michalik
          <li>Steve Pannier
          <li>Ed Peters
          <li>Kenneth Petersen
          <li>Ovidiu Predescu
          <li>Erik Pugh
          <li>Robert Rasmussen
          <li>Vasco C. Rocha
          <li>Francois Swiegers
          <li>Joern Turner
          <li>Knut Wannheden
          <li>Andrew Wulf
          <li>Jason van Zyl


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