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This is the Windows app named ExiProcessor whose latest release can be downloaded as ExiProcessor_2012-03-22.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.

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ExiProcessor is a command-line program that encodes text XML files into binary EXI and decodes EXI files into XML. It uses the open source Java-based library EXIficient (http://exificient.sourceforge.net) as the EXI parser. In essence, ExiProcessor is a command-line interface to EXIficient.

ExiProcessor can help people learn about the various EXI encoding and decoding options and how those options affect compression ratios. The source code itself can also be used as an example of how to integrate EXIficient into existing Java XML libraries.

Command Line Examples:

Encode XML to EXI: java -jar ExiProcessor.jar -xml_in notebook.xml -exi_out notebook.exi

Decode EXI to XML file: java -jar ExiProcessor.jar -exi_in notebook.exi -xml_out notebook.decoded.xml

Decode EXI to XML on stdout: java -jar ExiProcessor.jar -exi_in notebook.exi



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