Documentation and usage can be found at http://anti-xml.org ** Outdated **
This is a forked version of Anti-XML with improved namespace support. All credit goes to Daniel Spiewak for a great library, and Trygve Laugstøl for great work for namespace support.
NOTE: the API may still change, but most things should now be backward compatible from the 0.5 release.
Anti-XML is a proposed replacement for the
scala.xml package in
the Scala standard library. The standard package is outdated and
beyond fixing. We need to start over, on solid foundations and
unburdened by backward compatibility. Anti-XML aims for quality in
three major areas:
- Leverage powerful ideas like combinators and proper ADTs
- Leverage the 2.8 collections library
- Provide consistent selector behavior
- Avoid these missteps:
Node <: NodeSeq <: Seq[Node],
- Use immutable data structures (in the API and under the hood too)
- Avoid bugs and race conditions
- Provide a proper
- Lower memory usage (Novell Vibe once had a 16 MB chunk of XML use 250 MB of heap!)
- Provide efficient selectors
We are exploring many ideas for this project. It will be interesting to see where things go!
The Maven artifact descriptor for the latest stable version of
Anti-XML is as follows:
no.arktekk:anti-xml_2.9.1:0.5.1. We also regularly
-SNAPSHOT releases to the Sonatype_ "snapshots" repository, for all
five of you who like to live dangerously. You should be able to use this
descriptor to easily add Anti-XML as a dependency to any project with a
Maven-compatible build system (Maven, Buildr, SBT, Gradle, Ivy, etc). The stable
artifacts themselves are hosted in the Maven Central repository. For
reference, here are a few copy/paste snippets you can use for some of the common
val antiXML = "no.arktekk" %% "anti-xml" % "0.5.1"
<dependency> <groupId>no.arktekk</groupId> <artifactId>anti-xml_2.9.1</artifactId> <version>0.5.1</version> </dependency> <dependency> <groupId>no.arktekk</groupId> <artifactId>anti-xml_2.9.2</artifactId> <version>0.5.1</version> </dependency>
Anti-XML is cross-built for the following Scala versions:
Usage information, examples, performance results and more can be found on the Anti-XML website: http://anti-xml.org
Contributions are most welcome! Fork, hack, request pull, rinse and repeat. If you're looking for things to work on, I would check the issue tracker or the official TODO list. However, before you get started, be sure to read the information in CONTRIBUTING.rst. It offers some basic code guidelines (don't worry, curly braces aren't a religious issue here) and explains the legal mumbo-jumbo involved in contributing.