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   Re: comparison between XML C/C++ parsers?

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  • From: "Trevor Croll" <litebook@powerup.com.au>
  • To: <xml-dev@ic.ac.uk>
  • Date: Thu, 12 Aug 1999 15:22:48 +1000

From: Michele Lee <mclee@oblix.com>
> I'm trying to decide which XML C/C++ parser to use.  Is there any
> available?  In particular, comparison between IBM4C++ and expat.
> thanks!
> --Michele
I have looked a lot at this problem and have considered the only solution is
to write my own. Inside an application there is no need to meet with any
standards, we only want the tree so we can query our data, take chunks of it
and use it elsewhere, write it out somewhere, and do data entry and editing
on it. This makes the task simplier. If you do come across a neat, small C++
parser class and iterator please tell me too.

Trevor Croll
Litebook Computers

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