The license on this is based on the fact that University College London has
a patent on something or other. The product is open source, but cannot be
used in any commercial venture without further negotiation.
When I first downloaded it (sign up required), I was thinking that this
might offer a way to implement a Java version of ScholOnto. Haven't
finished pursuing that notion.
>From: Christian Nentwich <email@example.com>
>xlinkit is a technology for expressing constraints between multiple
>heterogeneous, distributed documents and data sources, based on XML.
>xlinkit evaluates constraints and produces XLink hyperlinks between
>inconsistent elements. You can find out more about xlinkit at
>xlinkit version 4.3 is now available for download at
>This release features a plug-in architecture for defining new operators
>documents. Simple equality can become fuzzy equality or a regular
>expression match, and entire subtree-equality can be checked in XML
>An example that shows how this can be used to match Financial Products
>Markup Language (FPML) trade data is included in the package. Grab it
>while it's hot!
>As always, we suggest that people who use older versions upgrade to the
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