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  Posted on Wednesday May 17, @08:36PM Pacific
XML XML files are typically much larger than the same data represented in some reasonably efficient domain-specific data format. Hence the need for XMill. XMill is a new tool for compressing XML data efficiently. It is based on a regrouping strategy that leverages the effect of highly-efficient compression techniques in compressors such as gzip.



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