Commit d3658c5c authored by David Baelde's avatar David Baelde

Merge branch 'master' of git.lsv.fr:schmitz/xpparser

parents 0534f4ee ae505443
The benchmarks in this folder consist of collections of XPath queries
extracted automatically from XSLT and XQuery files using XPParser
(http://git.lsv.fr/schmitz/xpparser).
The sources used for constructing the benchmark were from the
following open-source projects:
- DocBook XSL (http://docbook.sourceforge.net/)
- TEI XSL (https://github.com/TEIC/Stylesheets)
- HTML Book (https://github.com/oreillymedia/HTMLBook)
- XQuery parser (https://github.com/jpcs/xqueryparser.xq)
- eXist-db (https://github.com/eXist-db)
- HisTEI (https://github.com/odaata/HisTEI)
- transform.xq (https://github.com/jpcs/transform.xq)
- ml-enrich (https://github.com/freshie/ml-enrich)
- xquerydoc (https://github.com/xquery/xquerydoc)
- openinfoman (https://github.com/openhie/openinfoman)
- Oxford Dict API (https://github.com/AdamSteffanick/od-api-xquery)
- MarkLogic Commons (https://github.com/marklogic/commons)
- datascience (https://github.com/adamfowleruk/datascience)
- Link Management BaseX (https://github.com/dita-for-small-teams/dfst-linkmgmt-basex/)
- Semantic Web (https://github.com/HeardLibrary/semantic-web/)
- eXist annotation store (https://github.com/telic/exist-annotation-store/)
- xqtest (https://github.com/irinc/xqtest/)
- data.xq (https://github.com/jpcs/data.xq/)
- graphxq (https://github.com/apb2006/graphxq/)
- ml-invoker (https://github.com/fgeorges/ml-invoker/)
- treedown (https://github.com/biblicalhumanities/treedown/)
- XQJSON (https://github.com/joewiz/xqjson/)
- fots BaseX (https://github.com/LeoWoerteler/fots-basex/)
- GPXQuery (https://github.com/dret/GPXQuery/)
- rbtree.qx (https://github.com/jpcs/rbtree.xq/)
- xquery-libs (https://github.com/adamretter/xquery-libs/)
- Guid-O-Matic (https://github.com/baskaufs/guid-o-matic/)
- functional.xq (https://github.com/jpcs/functional.xq/)
See the licensing terms for each source in the SOURCE.LICENSE files.
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