simple XML for C++ application data-file I/O
sb at metis.no
Mon Dec 6 08:46:24 GMT 1999
>>>>> Paul Miller <stele at fxtech.com>:
> I should have been more clear. I just want to use XML for simple
> non-web-bound application data files (document files). I need a
> non-validating parser that I can use to efficiently parse my
> application data, without all the complexity (and overhead) of
> something like DOM, but not as general-purpose as expat.
What I did in a similar situation, was to take James Clark's expat
and wrap it in a SAXoid interface. Today I would have done the same
thing with James Clarks modified version of David Megginsons proposal
instead of my own reinterpretation of the Java SAX into C++ (which is
what I now have).
Alternatively you can take a look at Xerces-C from the Apache
It has its own SAX interface.
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