A Library to Manipulate XML Files

The XML C library was initially developed for the GNOME project. It is
now used by many programs to load and save extensible data structures
or manipulate any kind of XML files.

This library implements a number of existing standards related to
markup languages, including the XML standard, name spaces in XML, XML
Base, RFC 2396, XPath, XPointer, HTML4, XInclude, SGML catalogs, and
XML catalogs. In most cases, libxml tries to implement the
specification in a rather strict way. To some extent, it provides
support for the following specifications, but does not claim to
implement them: DOM, FTP client, HTTP client, and SAX.

The library also supports RelaxNG. Support for W3C XML Schemas is in

Source Files
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baselibs.conf 0000000109 109 Bytes about 8 years
bigendian64.patch 0000000622 622 Bytes about 8 years
fix-perl.diff 0000004497 4.39 KB about 8 years
libxml2-CVE-2012-2807.patch 0000011443 11.2 KB over 7 years
libxml2-git-snapshot.tar.gz 0004889614 4.66 MB about 8 years
libxml2.changes 0000063517 62 KB over 7 years
libxml2.spec 0000006254 6.11 KB over 7 years
python-libxml2.changes 0000059703 58.3 KB about 8 years
python-libxml2.spec 0000002713 2.65 KB about 8 years
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