||It has been suggested that this article be merged into RenderX. (Discuss) Proposed since June 2013.|
|Stable release||4.18 / March 2010|
|Operating system||Microsoft Windows, Linux, FreeBSD|
Started in 1999 as a working prototype written in Perl and completely rewritten in Java soon after, XEP has evolved into a complete engine. XEP runs on any platform where Java runtime is available, including Windows, Linux, FreeBSD and other server platforms.
XEP demonstrates conformance with XSL-FO Recommendation v1.0, a wide range of extensions, and support for a good subset of XSL 1.1 features.
For integration XEP provides API in Java and examples covering a number of approaches such as SAX, JAXP and DOM. XEP has a flexible configuration, which allows running it concurrently in threads on huge input documents, but also in a small heap in diskless environments such as appservers.