From the post:
we are glad to announce a great new release of BaseX, our XML database and XPath/XQuery 3.0 processor! Here are the latest features:
- Many new internal XQuery Modules have been added, and existing ones have been revised to ensure long-term stability of your future XQuery applications
- A new powerful Command API is provided to specify BaseX commands and scripts as XML
- The full-text fuzzy index was extended to also support wildcard queries
- The simple map operator of XQuery 3.0 gives you a compact syntax to process items of sequences
- BaseX as Web Application can now start its own server instance
- All command-line options will now be executed in the given order
- Charles Foster’s latest XQJ Driver supports XQuery 3.0 and the Update and Full Text extensions
For those of you in the Northern Hemisphere, we wish you a nice summer! No worries, we’ll stay busy..
Just in time for the start of summer in the Northern Hemisphere!
Something you can toss onto your laptop before you head to the beach.
Err, huh? Well, even if you don’t take BaseX 7.3 to the beach, it promises to be good fun for the summer and more serious work should the occasion arise.
I count twenty-three (23) modules in addition to the XQuery functions specified by the latest XPath/XQuery 3.0 draft.
Just so you know, the BaseX database server listens to port 1984 by default.