This is the Windows app named LGML whose latest release can be downloaded as LGML-0.2.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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LGML is a GML parser under the LGPL license. The aim is to parse a GML document or fragment in order to get a WKT output. 2D and 3D inputs are both handled, but it is not permitted to have mixed geometries. The caller can choose if the input coordinates are parsed as X, Y, Z (if present) order, or Y, X, Z (if present) order. The willing of the project is to be a starting point useful for developers that need to parse GML objects in order to use them, for example, in the context of OGC catalogue projects. The library is compiled using Java 1.5 or 1.6. For now, supported inputs are: LineString, MultiLineString, MultiPoint, MultiPolygon, Point, Polygon, MultiSurface (in an experimental way: the only child object handled is Polygon). At the following URL:
is exposed a minimal web interface in order to test it.
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