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Xml to Object and vice versa

Posted on 2004-04-25
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Dear friends,
I am looking for a C\C++ component that takes an XML (the schema is known in advance) and turn it to an Object.
and the opposite way, take a known object and turn it to an xml.

Oh....I forgot the main thing !!!!!
this component can't use any  Windows DOM , MFC etc. it should be PURE C\C++. (it should run on mobile devices, like Symbian and Brew)

This is a very crutial component, and my company can pay :-))

Thanks in advanced

Ori
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by:drnick
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what exact "object" do you want?
should it be dom-like?
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by:plq
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I've also been fishing for an open source xml parser. Something like the dom but faster, C++ based and low footprint.

Most are under GPL which gets right in the way for commercial use.

We've looked at xerces http://xml.apache.org/#xerces , but in all probability we'll write our own.
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by:drnick
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hm, we had to do something quite similar.
we did it for windows, using our own base classes,
own string objects, own memory-routines,
and direct windows routines,
some stuff coded in assembler.
if you like, i can sent you the source,
maybe it helps.
drnick
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I'd like to have that. I can put up another 500 point question for you to have some points.
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by:drnick
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hi,

thanks for that offer,
my email address is <email address removed by Netminder, Site Admin>
send me a mail,
and i'll send you our code in respose.

i'm not sure how much it can help you,
however, it is a so-la-la structured,
class-based,
can-do-most-common-things-but-not-the-nifty-ones,
in our opinion not too slow solution.


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Hello,

i sented the source of our project last year to plg.
i've seen the discussion about the extra points.
i didn't thought that there'd such a fuzz about it.
i that case, i would like if we just leave these
points away, so we don't violate any rules.
however, the points to the original question
i'd like to heave, if you like to give them to me :-)
i would appreciate, if you don't publish
our code in the web.
for your own/commercial purposes however, you can do
whatever you want with it.
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