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In the open-spatial Java community we have a problem: XML I know that does not sound like much of a problem, as long as you are an XML god. Spatial data has a habit of being very large and breaking to existing XML tools and assumptions. This blog post is not about that. There are three projects I am going to talk about today: GeoTools - open source java GIS toolkit GeoAPI - interfaces for OGC/...
on Jul 24, 2005