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Fri Aug 6 17:04:17 PDT 2004

  "Why KDOM? Why not JDOM or DOM? The motivation can simply be taken
from JDOM: XML processing in JAVA should be as simple as JAVA itself.
The problem with JDOM is that it depends on many classes that are not
available in the JAVA 2 Micro Edition. Whereas the goal of JDOM is
simplification, kDOM tries to add a significant reduction of memory
usage cruical on small devices like the palm pilot."

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Rosen, Alex arosen at
Fri, 24 Nov 2000 17:43:03 -0500

I like this general idea. I'd like to propose a slightly different
technique ...

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James Strachan james at
Thu, 23 Nov 2000 16:40:46 -0000

The effect on the API is suprisingly minimal. The following standard
JDOM objects are now immutable, so can be shared across any Element and
Document instances..


There are new doubly linked, mutable versions of these...


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