From: Nikolai Grigoriev (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Feb 20 2004 - 08:38:59 PST
Dear XEP-announce subscribers,
RenderX plans to release a .NET version of XEP shortly.
We are looking for beta testers for the new product. If you
are interested in trying XEP under .NET and eager to share
your impressions with us, please send an email to:
Please include a short description of your intended XEP use.
Note: we are mostly interested in integration experience,
so preference will be given to requests for deployment
and usage of XEP as a component in bigger systems.
Running XEP from the command line is of lesser interest.
RenderX reserves the right to reject applications.
XEP.NET is an XSL-FO formatter component for .NET.
It consists of 100% manageable code: no native libraries are
used, and no Java is required to run it. The product is fully
identical in functionality to the Java version: the core
of the new product is a Visual J# port of the Java code.
This core is wrapped in an API that exposes standard
.NET interfaces for XML processing (XmlReader and
XmlWriter). Additionally, the software includes classes
for smooth MSXML integration.
The package also includes a command-line utility and
a simple GUI tool to run XSL-FO formatting.
.NET Framework 1.1 or higher
Visual J# Redistributable 1.1 or higher
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