11.0.x Release notes
Release 11.0.1 - 18th June 2021
Fixed an issue affecting the command-line driver's classpath finding icu4j, and fixed the filename of icu4j.jar
Fixed a classpath issue that affected switching to Saxon 10.5 with the command-line driver.
Release 11.0.0 - 8th June 2021
With release 10.0.0 in 2019 we announced our .NET API was considered deprecated, and it is now time to officially retire it. As always, if you require assistance or advice with moving to our REST or Java APIs we will be happy to help so feel free to contact DeltaXML.
XML Compare is now distributed with Saxon 220.127.116.11. Versions 18.104.22.168 and above are supported for backwards compatibility. We also support version 10.0+ (currently tested to 10.5), for more information see our System Integration information.
XML Compare is also now distributed with icu4j version 69.1 and Xerces 2.12.1
fastutil is a new dependency required by XML Compare.
The "Core Comparator" is the engine that does the main comparison between the input pipelines and the output pipeline. In this release we have worked on its performance, averaging a 20% decrease in the time that the Core Comparator takes, and reducing most resources like the stack size that it uses. Depending on the inputs you have and the pipelines you use this may or may not be reflected in your timings.
In line with other changes to our licensing processes, new licenses are no longer be tied to a specific product version. This means the next time we release a new major or minor release, you can keep using your existing license (so long as it is still in date of course!). New licenses issued will remain backwards compatible, but version 11.0.0 is the first to take advantage of this new date based system.
Fixed an issue in the handling of moved elements if the candidate element was an invalid CALS table.
Fixed issue which caused processing instructions within CALS tables to be dropped from the output. This was support case CUST-401.
Some classes from the
com.deltaxml.api packages have been deprecated. Please see Version 11 Deprecations for more information.