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The Epeios XML preprocessor and parser now available as 'Node.js' component

Introducing a series of Node.js C++ based addon, the Epeios XML preprocessor is now available to Node.js developers. You will find the corresponding package at, meaning that it can be installed with npm install xppq. This package also provide an XML parser.

Tue Feb 28 06:30:47 2017 (28/02/17) · Claude SIMON

The Epeios Meta Mail Agent ('mmuaq'): the 'IMAP' protocol

After partially implementing the POP3 protocol, this new release implements now the IMAP protocol. The mmuaq help development tool has new commands related to the IMAP protocol. The application can be found here.

Tue Jan 31 11:40:15 2017 (31/01/17) · Claude SIMON

The Epeios Meta Mail Agent ('mmuaq'): first release

The Epeios Meta Mail Agent is a MUA which allows to handle several mail accounts as a global one. In addition, it will be possible to access to this MUA from a native desktop frontend, a mobile device, with a web browser…. This application is also multi-user, each user having their own mail accounts.

It is only in a early development stage, but an online demonstration is already available to see how the application works.

For more details, see the dedicated section.

Sun Jan 1 10:36:32 2017 (01/01/17) · Claude SIMON

The Epeios software now on GitHub

The Epeios Mercurial repository ( is now mirrored on GitHub (, so you can use the popular git VCS and also the GitHub services on the Epeios software.

The old original CVS repository ( is also on GitHub ( for archiving.

Tue Oct 11 17:26:46 2016 (11/10/16) · Claude SIMON

New release of the Epeios XML preprocessor ('xppq')

The Epeios XML preprocessor is a command-line tool which transforms an XML file to another XML file, following directives inserted directly in the source XML file. More details are available on the dedicated page.

This release includes the latest improvements made on the Epeios project software components, in particular the possibility to use this tool on a AArch64 architecture.
It was already possible, in addition to the common IA-32 and AMD64 architectures, to use this tool (and other Epeios related tools) on AArch32 architectures (like the one on the first Raspeberry Pi, Orange Pi, ODROID… devices), but now it is also possible to use a native 64-bit version of this tool on recent or coming versions of this devices, if the installed OS is a 64-bit one (tested on an ODROID-C2 device with a 64-bit Debian Jessie GNU/Linux distribution, with both GNU GCC and Clang compilers).

Fri Sep 30 19:40:03 2016 (30/09/16) · Claude SIMON
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