MXP1 is a stable XmlPull parsing engine that is based on ideas from XPP and in particular XPP2 but completely revised and rewritten to take the best advantage of latest JIT JVMs such as Hotspot in JDK 1.4+.
MXP1 was designed to use best available the latest and the most advanced JIT engines such as Hotspot in JDK1.4. If you are working on older JDK then previous engine may work faster (both MXP1 and old engine are included in XPP3 download).
MXP1 has following features:
Please check the latest changes (directly from CVS).
Performance tests that compare MXP1 to other leading XML parsers are available at http://www.extreme.indiana.edu/~aslom/xpp_sax2bench/
Looking on test results (at http://www.extreme.indiana.edu/~aslom/xpp_sax2bench/results.html) in all but two tests MXP1 is the fastest parser by about 5-20% than second fastest Piccolo - MXP1 is slower than Piccolo for 'Mostly text' and 'Random XML' as MXP1 will report text always combined as one event. that means that in application there is really no need to use StringBuffer to collect element content. i have kept string buffer in all tests for symmetry but removing it will speed up test to the same level as Piccolo for example doing this for test setup "data\rand_100.xml 2000 ns_on" (Random XML 100) resulted in speedup from 4.3ms to 3.9ms.
The latest release of MXP1 is part of XPP3 and is available for download from
http://www.extreme.indiana.edu/dist/java-repository/xpp3/distributions/ (only JAR files )
and the absolutely latest code is available from anon CVS (view cvs online) to access it:
cvs -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/l/extreme/cvspub login CVS password: cvsanon cvs -d :pserver:email@example.com:/l/extreme/cvspub co XPP3/java
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