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Version: 2.0.0
Platform: Universal

Dedicated to provide support and work on the more than 8 years old XMLEventReader made by John Anderson as an XMLEvents Plugin for the vSphere Client.
We’ve kept XMLEventReader inside the source control for very long time, fixing and improving it as much as possible. Now, after so many bug reports and feature requests, it’s time to write a new version to provide a more usable software.
There will be a 2.0.0 version available in the near future, but for the moment you can start to test the changes and get familiar with the new UI of XMLEventReader.
It’s the same xmlevent plugin, but rewritten using new UI.
New features:
* Added a new button in the user interface
* Added a new configuration screen for xmlevent plugin (server and client)
* Updated the client interface to match the new configuration UI
* Added some of the new features:
* Can drag and drop files to the XMLEventReader.
* The event viewer window is shown when the plugin is launched
* When server and client are not configured, the server is started on the fly
* Files can be edited from the properties of the event viewer window
* The event viewer window will display XML data when you view it
* Updated to work with the 5.0.0 version of the vSphere client
* Added xmlevent property to vcenter.xml and vms.xml files to retrieve last error
* Fixed some bug
* Added the new attributes of the xmlevent element
* Added more controls in the config screen
* Added some of the new features:
* Existing configuration screens are not changed anymore
* Can edit vCenter XML files
* Can edit vSphere XML files
* Can do drag and drop from the config screen
* The new config screen does not require a restart
* The settings are stored in the INI file
* Can easily add new settings
* Can easily add new settings
* Added the option to connect to a host that doesn’t belong to your vCenter
* Added the option to connect to a host that doesn’t belong to your vCenter
* Added the option to connect to a host that doesn’t belong to your vCenter
* Added the option to create a new vCenter
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The General Polygon Clipper (GPC) library provides all polygon clipping algorithms needed to manipulate polygon sets.
The library has been specifically developed for use in Graphic Application Programming Environments (GAE), and is a class library
which is loaded by applications to perform functions which require the use of polygon sets.
The library provides functionality for a basic polygon clipping algorithm, and also allows users to add their own algorithm to the library.
The GPC library was designed to be:
– reentrant
– robust,
– powerful,
– efficient,
– and fast.
The software is freely available for non-commercial use only. Licensing for commercial use is available upon request.
For more information, please contact the authors at
Documentation of the library is also available on the web site.
The source code for the GPC library can be downloaded as a zip file (gzipped tar.gz).
The zip file includes the C, C#, Delphi, Java, Lua, VB.Net (and other) source files for the General Polygon Clipper Library.
The GPC source code can be used to develop both native and managed applications.
The source code for the GPC library is provided “AS IS”, and the GPC source code has not been tested in any way. If you find any bugs in the library,
it will be considered your responsibility to fix them.
(The author accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage incurred by the use of this library.)
I wrote the General Polygon Clipper Library. As such, it is my property, and may be reproduced in whole or in part for educational or non-profit
purposes. It is free for non-commercial use only. Licensing for commercial use is available upon request.
GPC is distributed under the GNU Public License (GPL).
You are free to copy, modify, and distribute the GPC source code under the terms of the GNU Public License (GPL).
The GNU General Public License (GPL) is a license granted by the Free Software Foundation.
You are free to use, modify, copy, and distribute the GNU General Public License (GPL) either itself or in
combination with other software licensed under the GPL, including but not limited to:
– GPC itself.
GPC was originally developed by John F. O’Brien in 1997.

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