C/C++ DOM implementation using expat

Jun Fujisawa fujisawa at the.canon.co.jp
Sat Sep 18 05:41:49 BST 1999

At 11:42 PM +0800 99.9.16, Rick Jelliffe wrote:
> If anyone is working on a C DOM implementation using expat,
> there is a C interface definition for DOM (.h) available at
>     http://www.ascc.net/~ricko/src/dom_interface.h
> which they might find convenient to use (contributions and suggestions
> welcome).

I find the C interface definition for DOM very interesting.

I don't have any idea on which level of conformance to CORBA mapping
rules might be important, here is my questions and comments.

- why DOM_Object is not defined as void*?
- how about defining DOM_Environment as follows:
    typedef struct DOM_Environment {
        CORBA_exception_type _major;
    } DOM_Environment;
- DOM_String could be simply defined as CORBA_wchar*.
- two underscores are not needed for mapping operations.

Jun Fujisawa
<mailto:fujisawa at the.canon.co.jp>

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