Re: Have JDOM / XOM / etc. failed? If so, why?
Hello, On Thu, 30 Mar 2006 10:36:12 -0800 "Michael Champion" <michael.champion@h...> wrote: ... > > But if this is true, why have cleaner, programming language-friendly > alternatives failed to displace the dear old DOM as the dominant XML > programming model after all these years? Being a mediocre Java coder, I wonder if the alternatives do really provide any benefits, comparing to the standard DOM with XPath support. I've looked at the home pages of JDOM, dom4j, XOM, and only XOM has description how it is different from other competitors. I don't believe the words "easy to use, intuitive, optimised, flexible, unique, open source": these words are everywhere. -- Oleg Parashchenko olpa@ http://xmlhack.ru/ XML news in Russian http://uucode.com/blog/ Generative Programming, XML, TeX, Scheme
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