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Reptile

Reptile is Java and XML -based distributed content syndication and management software with privacy protection from co-founders of the Jakarta Jetspeed project. The extensible architecture integrates several Web and P2P technologies to combine a Hypersonic SQL (hsql) persistent back end database with content exchange and search engines, enabling users to securely locate/share/publish/subscribe to Web-based content.

Reptile runs within Tomcat and offers support for Open Content Syndication (OCS), Extensible Style Language Transformations (XSLT), all versions of RDF Site Summary (RSS), Sierra Reputation Management Framework (RMF), Public Key authentication, and Structured Query Language (SQL) result to XML serialization (with JDOM and Xalan extensions). It supports all P2P networks, including Freenet, Gnutella, Jabber and Project Juxtapose (JXTA). The Reptile download package is distributed under both The GNU General Public License (GPL) and Berkely Software/Standard Distribution (BSD) licenses.

Date Listed: 02/14/2002

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