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   Re: C++ XML Parser

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  • From: Paul Pazandak <pazandak@OBJS.com>
  • To: Gang He <gang@cs.wisc.edu>
  • Date: Thu, 16 Jul 1998 15:07:47 -0500

Gang He,

I used Blackburn's XML parser (http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/sam_blackburn/wfc.htm)
which I modified and embedded in Mozilla (I wanted C++ objects versus expat's C structs).
It worked fine for me [but the design wasn't extension-friendly (at least for my alterations) --
in case you are in need of modifying the parser].


Gang He wrote:

> Hi,all:
> I am currently working on a project which requires to parse big XML
> files(like 10-100MB). I did it by using Java parser from DataChannel.
> But it turns out it is very slow. And the project doesn't allow me to
> convert the java bytecode executables into native executables. So I am
> trying to find a standalone C++ XML parser for Unix. Because my progarm
> runs on Unix, Microsoft's C++ parser(I guess it only runs on Windows)
> seems not suitable for me and also that one seems only embeded in IE4.0,
> not a satndalone one.
> Could anyone please give me some info about C++ parser for Unix? Many
> thanks in advance.


Paul Pazandak                                      pazandak@objs.com
Object Services and Consulting, Inc.             http://www.objs.com
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55420-5409                       612-884-9551

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