Tag: Sweble Blog

HD-Diff is a tree-based algorithm to compute the differences between two documents. The algorithm was presented in a paper at the DocEng 2014 conference. Unlike other tree-based differencing algorithms HD-Diff can look into text nodes, splits them when necessary and produces a very fine-grained e...

Two years after our first public release of the Google-Sponsored Sweble 2.0 Alpha, we are happy to announce the release of Sweble 2.0! The most important innovation in the alpha release was the introduction of the engine component which allowed full Mediawiki template expansion. Since then many o...

The Sweble Project can now be found on GitHub and Ohloh. The GitHub repositories mirror the primary repositories hosted on our servers. Commits pushed to our repositories will be pushed to GitHub after a short delay. Please visit us on Ohloh and let us know if you're using Sweble!

Sweble 1.1.0 fixes some bugs and introduces a couple of new features/modules. For a full list of changes please refer to the changes reports of the individual modules. The release can be found on maven central. Jars with dependencies will soon be available from our downloads page. Fixed bugs (exc...

We are finally deploying releases of Sweble and related software to Maven Central. This has many advantages for users of our software, among others: You don't have to refer to our Maven repositories any more in your own poms (if you only use our releases; snapshots are still only available from...

Wikipedia is a rich encyclopedia that is not only of great use to its contributors and readers but also to researchers and providers of third party software around Wikipedia. However, Wikipedia's content is only available as Wikitext, the markup language in which articles on Wikipedia are written. U...

Our offer to the Wikimedia Foundation and the Wikipedia (technical) community is this: Come up with a new and better Wikitext and use the Sweble Wikitext parser to convert old Wikipedia content to that new format. Naturally, the new Wikitext format should work well with visual editors etc. We have s...

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