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XML Resolver 1.0.0

Volume 3, Issue 6; 02 Mar 2019

Eventually, you have to stick a fork in it and call it done.

My first commit to the XML Resolver repository dates back to 2011. I wouldn’t be surprised if development goes back a bit further than that.

I’ve been using it every day for a good deal of that time. It’s a dependency for most any XML project I’ve hacked on. I know there are other users out there. In short: I think it’s been pretty well tested and no bugs have been reported.

That is not the same as saying there aren’t any, of course. Please report them if you find them.

The 1.0 release is available now from github and through Maven central.

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