XNGR XML Browser 2.0-beta-1

The XML Browser download includes a default OSGI Platform; Felix see felix.apache.org.

xngr-2.0-beta-1 (zip) xngr-2.0-beta-1-felix-bin.zip
xngr-2.0-beta-1 (tar.gz) xngr-2.0-beta-1-felix-bin.tar.gz

Please visit http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=46235 to download only the OSGI bundles without a default OSGI platform or to download older versions of the XNGR XML Browser.

System Requirements

JDK 5.0 or above
Memory No minimum requirement
Disk The XNGR XML Browser takes approximately 5MB to install.
Operating System In theory the XNGR XML Browser can be run on any operating system where JDK 5.0 has been installed. (Currently only tested on windows XP)

Installation Instructions

INSTALL Java 6.0

The XNGR XML Browser application is a 100% java application and is currently developed with Java 2 JDK v6.0. This means it needs a Java Runtime Environment to run, this Runtime Environment can be found in the full Java 2 Software Development Kit v6.0 or can be downloaded on its own as the Java 2 Runtime Environment v6.0.

To install any of these packages, go to the following site:
Java 2 JRE/SDK: http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/

Make sure the JAVA_HOME environment variable is set to the location of your JDK

UN-PACK the XNGR XML Browser archive

Unzip the xngr-2.0-beta-1-felix-bin.zip file for windows users or untar/gzip the xngr-2.0-beta-1-felix-bin.tar.gz file for Unix/Linux users to a preferred directory.

A directory called xngr-2.0-beta-1-felix will be created.

Optionally set XNGR_HOME

To be able to execute the XNGR XML Browser application from a different directory please set the XNGR_HOME environment variable to the location where the XNGR XML Browser application has been installed.

Running the Application

To verify that it has been correctly installed, run the application by executing the xngr.bat file for Windows users or the xngr.sh file for Unix/Linux users.

To run the application directly from the command-line type:

java -jar bin/felix.jar