JDOM is a Java Representation of an XML Document

JDOM is, quite simply, a Java representation of an XML document. JDOM
provides a way to represent that document for easy and efficient
reading, manipulation, and writing. It has a straightforward API, is
lightweight and fast, and is optimized for the Java programmer. It is
an alternative to DOM and SAX, although it integrates well with both
DOM and SAX.

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check-build.sh 0000000125 125 Bytes almost 13 years
dom4j-1.6.1-debian.tar.bz2 0001962425 1.87 MB almost 12 years
jaxen-1.1.1-src.tar.bz2 0000200040 195 KB about 12 years
jaxen-1.1.1.pom 0000007457 7.28 KB over 2 years
jdom-1.1-OSGiManifest.patch 0000000858 858 Bytes almost 2 years
jdom-1.1-build.xml.patch 0000001814 1.77 KB almost 2 years
jdom-1.1-xom-get-jaxen.patch 0000000421 421 Bytes about 12 years
jdom-1.1.3.pom 0000001821 1.78 KB over 2 years
jdom-1.1.3.tar.gz 0004233403 4.04 MB over 2 years
jdom.changes 0000005070 4.95 KB over 1 year
jdom.spec 0000011217 11 KB over 1 year
saxpath-1.0-FCS.pom 0000000150 150 Bytes over 2 years
saxpath-1.0.tar.bz2 0002125559 2.03 MB almost 13 years
xom-1.2.5.pom 0000001948 1.9 KB over 2 years
xom-1.2b1-src.tar.bz2 0004904084 4.68 MB almost 13 years
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