WFC Release 33 is out
Samuel R. Blackburn
sblackbu at erols.com
Thu Mar 26 12:29:46 GMT 1998
If you're a Win32 C++ programmer...
I just posted release 33 of Win32 Foundation Classes to
This release beefs up the XML classes. It is now a lot easier
to create XML documents. There is a CXMLArchive class that
let's you serialize objects to/from an XML document. You can
now stop the parsing of a document from a callback (callbacks
are registered for particular elements, when an element element
of that type has been parsed, the callback is executed which
can abort the parsing process if it so chooses).
WFC is freeware distributed in source code form. If you're not
a Win32 programmer, you could port the XML classes over without
much difficulty (you'd need a string class and a byte-array class).
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