simple XML for C++ application data-file I/O
david at megginson.com
Mon Dec 6 15:55:26 GMT 1999
Paul Miller <stele at fxtech.com> writes:
> Here is where I have the problem. This leaves an awful lot up to the
> application, still, including handling the proper nesting. I would like
> to make the actual parsing of elements more "automatic", so when a
> certain element is hit, it calls a function with my object pointer where
> I can pick up the parsing from there, then drop back out to the
> enclosing XML scope and keep going.
If you're using Java, then there are already some higher-level
toolkits for this sort of thing -- you might want to take a look at
SAXON, which is built on top of SAX.
> Perhaps what I want to do should be built on SAX instead of expat,
That will make sense once we have a common SAX C++ interface for
expat, libxml, rxp, xml4c++, and any other C-/C++-based XML parsers.
We're not there yet, though.
All the best,
David Megginson david at megginson.com
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