This is the Linux app named x-definition-beginner-xml whose latest release can be downloaded as xdef-beginner.jar. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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This distribution of X-definition, open-source (Apache 2.0) Java software made by Syntea Software Group, permits end users to perform streaming processing on extremely large XML files without having to write code in Java or C#, or having to use XSLT 3.0 . and was uploaded here primarily to accompany the tutorial introduction to X-definition in this project's download (files) area. A user can follow the tutorial's instructions, then run X-definition just by using the java command with the -jar option, and passing a file with the .xdef extension and a source XML file as arguments. The executable jar file's main class calls X-definition's API (slightly modified within the jar archive to short-circuit some of its complexity: see the README), and an end user can therefore focus on learning the X-definition format, which is an XML vocabulary. The project overall is an invitation to take advantage of datasets ("dumps") consisting of XML, and to hear more about X-definition!
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