XES - Programmers Guide

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nodes This explains how the source code is represented internally in the program as a tree structure of nodes.
parsing The explains how a source code file is read and converted to the internal structure (tree structure of nodes)
translating This explains how the internal representation is output in various forms using XSLT.

overview

The above diagram is 'work in progress' I have drawn it to help me understand Benoits proposal as follows:

To split the node structure generated by the javacc parser from the internal representation of XES. The JAXB compiler generates a lightweight structure of classes that mimics the XES schema structure. Thoses classes can be directly marshalled/unmarshalled by JAXB. XSLTs compiled with Xalan could be used to generate classes to transform the output for a specific language.


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Using XML with java

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