Saxonica is pleased to announce Saxon 11.1!
February 6, 2022
Submitted by Norm Tovey-Walsh.
Saxonica is pleased to announce Saxon 11.1, major new releases of the Saxon family of XSLT and XQuery products. This release includes SaxonJ, the Java implementation, SaxonCS, the .NET implementation, and SaxonC, the C/C++ implementation, all built from common sources.
You can get all three products from https://saxonica.com/ as well as code repositories such as Maven and NuGet.
SaxonJ 11.1 is the successor to SaxonJ 10.6. It includes many new features including: a new framework for resolving URIs against a catalog based resolver, updated timezone handling, new (and in some cases experimental) language features, better support for lambda expressions at the Java API level, and numerous other improvements.
SaxonCS 11.1 is the successor to SaxonCS 11.0. This release fixes a number of bugs and issues, including problems associated with non-English locales. It also incorporates the new framework for resolving URIs.
SaxonC 11.1 represents a major step forward for the C/C++ product, moving from the 9.9 code base directly to the 11.1 code base used by the other products. There have been improvements in memory management, multithreading, localization, handling of Unicode strings, and many API improvements to support C++, Python, and PHP.