mainThe XML Database Object-Oriented Model - Summary

Membership Info
Group Admin:
1 active member

Group identification
Id: 2565
System Name: xmldoom
Name: The XML Database Object-Oriented Model
Group Type: non-GNU software and documentation

Search in this Group


This group is not part of the GNU Project.

Xmldoom is now maintained on Gna! now:

The CVS repository hosted here is historic, including all version up until 0.0.5.  The source code is now hosted in GNU Arch on Gna!  See the Gna! project page for details.

Registration Date: Thu 25 Jul 2002 11:10:30 PM UTC
License: GNU General Public License v2 or later
Development Status: 2 - Pre-Alpha


Latest News rss feed
Moving to
     posted by xevol, Mon 19 Apr 2004 03:22:35 PM UTC

I am in the process of moving Xmldoom over to  This should have been a quicker process but I got caught up on configuring my GNU Arch archive just so.  I am still trying to decide what to do with the CVS but I might put that on hold for a while.

For the time being, all thats really useful is that the 0.0.5 tarball is avaiable on Gna (  Check it out.

Xmldoom 0.0.5 released, sort of...
     posted by xevol, Wed 14 Apr 2004 10:20:18 PM UTC

I have finally decided to set the hammer down and call it Xmldoom 0.0.5.  Unfortunately, the Savannah file manager is still down so I can't upload the release tarball.  I am working on moving the project to Gna! if they will have me.  More on that soon. [...]

Xmldoom 0.0.4 released!
     posted by xevol, Fri 22 Aug 2003 11:38:04 PM UTC

Xmldoom 0.0.4 has just been released.  Expect a Windows binary for the code generator at the beginning of next week.  This release is the most stable ever and has the most clean and modular design.  The biggest new feature is the Runtime Engine which allows you to parse the XML definitions and make queries directly, without generating code. [...]

Almost time for a new release!
     posted by xevol, Mon 18 Aug 2003 04:48:36 PM UTC

The Runtime Engine rewrite is complete.  The forthcomming version will include: unit tests, a Microsoft Windows executable, the Runtime Engine (of course) and a whole lot less bugs.  I just have to tie up a few loose ends:

  • SQL escaping code.  So that anything specified as a default in the XML file will be legal.
Quick Overview
 Memberlist (1 member)

Communication Tools
 Mailing Lists (0 public mailing lists)

Development Tools
 Patch Manager (open items: 0, total: 0)

Back to the top

Powered by Savane 3.13-b921.
Corresponding source code