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Hi,
I want the simplest XML parser / modifier I can get my hands on that's OK for commercial use.  Which one do you recommend and why?  :)

Thanks,
Mike
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A simple and robust one? TinyXML and it's successor TinyXML2: http://www.grinninglizard.com/tinyxml/
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Oh, regarding the 'why': it's lighweight, simple and easy to use. Most others lack at least one of these feats.
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I guess TinyXML2 would be better than TinyXML?

and how did I know you'd be answering my question?  :)
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Thanks!
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In that caswe, it was simple: I've already used TinyXML in a project before, and you learn to appreciate a lighweight parser/generator when processing video data in real time ;o)
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It looks intuitive and clean and common sense.  I was considering it already, and now that you vouch for it...
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