From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-01 15:51:11
Stefan Seefeld wrote:
> I think you (still) totally miss the point. Sorry.
LOL - I guess so. The first message in the thread asks the question:
> I would like to know,
> if any library for parsing XML file is available in boost or not.
> I srearched in the boost.org site for the same but,
> I cound't get any library as such.
which is the question I've addressed. I.m not sure what else
we're referring to here.
> That is also the appeal of "Let's reinvent it !". There are XML
> parsers out there that support all the above. Why not use them ?
Perhaps that's a good question to the original poster.
> What features of XML are you using ? External subsets or any other
> URLs that need to be looked up ? XInclude support to make documents
> modular ? Etc., etc.
How are these questions related to parsing XML syntax?
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