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Number of commits found: 3

Mon, 11 Jul 2011
[ 11:49 bapt ] Original commit 
1.2513 MOVED
1.1570 textproc/Makefile
1.11 textproc/xmlpull/Makefile
1.4 textproc/xmlpull/distinfo
1.3 textproc/xmlpull/files/patch-build.xml
1.2 textproc/xmlpull/pkg-descr
1.11 textproc/xpp3/Makefile
1.7 textproc/xpp3/distinfo
1.2 textproc/xpp3/files/patch-build.xml
1.3 textproc/xpp3/pkg-descr
textproc/xpp3 depend on an expired port
2011-05-01 textproc/xmlpull: Upstream disapear and distfile is no more available
Thu, 16 Mar 2006
[ 22:41 hq ] Original commit 
1.2 textproc/xpp3/pkg-descr

PR:             94318
Submitted by:   Ion-Mihai Tetcu <>
Reported by:    fenner's distfiles survey
Sun, 4 Apr 2004
[ 18:03 linimon ] Original commit 
1.675 textproc/Makefile
1.1 textproc/xpp3/Makefile
1.1 textproc/xpp3/distinfo
1.1 textproc/xpp3/pkg-descr
MXP1 is a new XmlPull parsing engine that is based on ideas from XPP and in
particular XPP2 but completely revised and rewritten to take best advantage of
latest JIT JVMs such as Hotspot in JDK 1.4.

MXP1 was designed to use best available the latest and the most advanced JIT
engines such as Hotspot in JDK1.4.

MXP1 has following features:

  - fast - let me say it again it is fast :-)
  - small - lot of performance packed in JAR file that is less than 20KB!
  - easy to use - the parser implements common XML pull parsing API (XMLPULL)
    described at

Performance tests that compare MXP1 to other leading XML parsers are available


PR:             ports/65066
Submitted by:   Herve Quiroz <>

Number of commits found: 3

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