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31 Oct 03
NeSC Newsletter November 2003

20 Oct 03
Release of MS.NETGrid-OGSI 1.1 as part of the MS.NETGrid Project

01 Oct 03
eDIKT are pleased to announce the release of BinX 1.0. BinX is the Binary XML Description Language, and is used to describe the content, structure and physical layout of binary files. BinX is designed to enable transparent transfer of data between diverse platforms. BinX 1.0 release contains the BinX Library, which provides functionality to allow reading and writing of BinX XML files. The BinX Library also facilitates the creation, browsing, extraction and transformation of binary data. For more information, or to download BinX 1.0, please visit www.edikt.org/binx/

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NeSC Newsletter October 2003

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