I'm recently working on parsing xml file in c++. i have googled sort of libraries. just dont which one is better.
Could someone who has experience say sth. about it.
I mean, "right"
easy to learn, light -weight...
Unlike Java which will soon incorporate a XML parser in their SDK, C++ as always abit slow will not wanna commit and mandate a XML parser in the C++ standard. Hence we need to source for Open Source parser and add on to our C++ compiler environment.
I am also looking for one. DOM or SAX XML parsers all in one would be ideal. Some internet downloaded XML parser only have the DOM-based and not the SAX based. Would appreciate some help out here. The FREE XML parser must come with both DOM and SAX mode :)
I need actually a simple library that i can write c++ program to retrieve information from xml file. then integrate this program into whole c++ system. so it requires just simple functions.
but if U find this library what u meant, plz let me know. :-)
en, I have found these 3 libraries. just dont know how to decide. maybe i must try them out first.
> I need actually a simple library that i can write c++ program to retrieve information
> from xml file. then integrate this program into whole c++ system.
> so it requires just simple functions.
> I have found these 3 libraries. just dont know how to decide. maybe i must try them out first.
i think you should stick to TinyXml++. of the three, it is the easiest to use. and should meet your requirement more than adequately.
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