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   IBM C++ parser/C++ Builder

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  • From: "Steve Oldmeadow" <smo@jst.com.au>
  • To: <xml-dev@ic.ac.uk>
  • Date: Fri, 30 Apr 1999 10:15:59 +0800

IBM have a C++ Builder application which presents a tree view of an XML
document that is not included with the XML4C distribution.  It is provided
'as-is' and not supported.  You can get it by e-mailing xml4c@us.ibm.com

The background on this is that I noticed a screen shot of this application
in the documentation and thought it may have been developed using C++
Builder because its icon was the default one used by C++ Builder.  I posted
a message on the XML4C discussion forum asking if such a thing existed and a
couple of days later I get it e-mailed to me!!!!

Is anyone else totally impressed by IBM's commitment to XML and apparent
lack of greed?

Steve Oldmeadow
Justice Systems Technologies

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