Bristol Technology Inc. announced eXactML 1.2, a new release of its software product that is a fast way for developers to XML-enable their C++ applications. The latest version of eXactML now supports Sun Solaris SPARCompiler 4.2 and XHTML. eXactML XML-enables C++ applications by generating object-oriented interfaces for reading and writing valid XML content based on any DTD or schema. Using new parsing technology that claims to be at least 3 times faster than DOM, eXactML drastically reduces the time and expertise needed to support XML. eXactML 1.2 runs on Microsoft Windows platforms; the resulting source code can be compiled on Windows, Sun Microsystems Solaris and Red Hat Linux. A single developer license, including support and upgrades, starts at $695 and can be purchased online at . An evaluation version can also be downloaded at http://www.bristol.com/exactml/erf.htm. www.bristol.com

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