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Sphinix is free open-source SQL full-text search engine. How do you implement full-text search for that 10+ million row table, keep up with the load, and stay relevant? Sphinx is good at those kinds of riddles.
DocBook to LaTeX Publishing transforms your SGML/XML DocBook documents to DVI, PostScript or PDF by translating them in pure LaTeX as a first process. MathML 2.0 markups are supported too. It started as a clone of DB2LaTeX.
MiniLib is library for Free Pascal 2 and Delphi 7 and Lazarus, for small projects, MiniXML (load and save xml files and parsing with RTTI) and MiniSockets (TCP/IP objects), DB (SQLite), ComPort, POS and Lazarus native components.
Java application that reads an iTunes .xml-Export and transforms the information into other formats.Done:* maven build* parsing of the itunes .xml file (sax parser)* export into Derby/java-db* simple statisticsTodo:* gui* export into Oracle-db* statistics/reports--Requirements: J2SDK 5.0, maven2
db2rst.py script tries to convert DocBook XML to reST (with Sphinx markup enhancements). I wrote it to convert fityk manual, it doesn't handle all DocBook elements, only the ones I needed. The script should be easy to understand and modify. Let me know if you improve it (gmail: wojdyr). lxml library is used for parsing DocBook XML. Here is a fork of this script: https://github.com/kurtmckee/db2rst
This library provides a Xquery-Xpath full-text syntax extension for berkeley db xml using xapian db as IR engine. The IR lookup can be made in two different ways: 1) The standard one, that looks for information hidden in non-structured well-specified nodes 2) An approximated way that scans all the nodes in the database and provides the user the threshold of proximity to the target node and check for the full-text constraints satisfaction. Next step will introduce a native xml-IR engine (like eXi