[lug] Xerces-J build
Scott A. Herod
herod at interact-tv.com
Mon Mar 12 10:37:16 MST 2001
I use Xerces-C a lot and I am pretty happy with it. ( I wish
the code size were a bit smaller and that they used STL data
structures, but can't complain otherwise. ) For Java, why not
just used the jaxp? It has been extreamly easy to transfer
Xerces-C code back and forth to it. I assume that Xerces-J
would be similar.
With the C code, I always build it from the source tarball.
> anne george wrote:
> I am a newbie to Linux and I was wondering if anyone has used the
> Xerces-J XML parser.
> I am using RH6.2 and Kaffe. Kaffe came with the distribution, so the
> only other packageI've
> installed is JServ.
> I was looking at the downloads from
> http://xml.apache.org/xerces-j/index.html, and downloaded both
> Xerces-J-tools.1.3.0.tar.gz - the latest build
> Xerces-J-src.1.3.0.tar.gz - the latest source
> How do I know if which, if either, of these packages will work with
> Should I definately build the source?
> Should I even attempt to build the source with the Kaffe JDK?
> Any insight is greatly appreciated!
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