Date: 2007-07-12 04:17:40
the suggestions about the design of boost.XML API adon't utilize the
strong typesafety of C++.
Why not create a class tree representing the xml document instead of
generating it out of generic element classes or strings?
Benefit: a part of the xml validation can be done at compile time - the
xml should be more well-defined 8no missed tags etc.) and as an further
improvement the class tree could be generated out of an xsd (wor
instance with boost.spirit).
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