XqUSEme - XQuery extension for Firefox
Hello all, I've released XqUSEme , an extension for Firefox which allows XQueries to be performed by the user, using either the default and pre-installed Saxonica XQuery processor, or, if one has installed it separately, Berkeley DB XML. I realize that there are a number of kinks to be worked out (see the Readme), but the extension does work and can allow XQuery use in Firefox--and now without any need to manually move or write to specific configuration files. If you use the default Saxonica, it works out of the box (using that implementation's syntax--see the Readme): https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/5515 Per an earlier request, I'd like to add eXist support as well, but to make things easier on myself, I'm waiting until the XQJ implementation is added to its trunk; and I'm open to adding other native XML databases or XQuery engines as time permits. I've also released a simple extension for XSL at https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/5023 . I think I may merge the two extensions in the future. In any case, these extensions require a review before they can become public, so I would very much appreciate some kind of review so that others might be able to make use of them; you just need to register first to get access. And while I'm hawking my albeit preliminary, free and open source (though donation-earnestly-requested) wares, I've got one for Unicode input and conversion which might be handy for some of y'all too: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/5235 . best wishes, Brett Zamir
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