Slight Improvement to Stringtree XML Parser

Someone just pointed out that the light-weight XML parser included in Stringtree did not handle explicit CDATA blocks. The version in SVN now has provisional support for this. If you need a simple and fast parser for textual data, then this should be all you need. For XML documents containing opaque binary data in a …

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Stringtree Maven Repository

I have experimented with Maven a few times, but never been particularly impressed. Recently, however, one of my users has been bugging me to make the Stringtree and Mojasef classes and sources available in a Maven-style repository, for easier integration with Maven (or Maven-like) build tools and workflows. So I have done it. The current …

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A Simple HTTP Client – Part 1 (Overview)

This post is the first of a series describing the use and implementation of the Stringtree HTTP Client. Recently I have been working with systems which talk to each other using REST/HTTP. Providing services and resources is pretty simple using Mojasef, but accessing such resources and consuming such services (in client code and in tests) …

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