Subject: Re: [boost] Probing interest in a typed XML traversal library
From: Mateusz Loskot (mateusz_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-12-02 06:17:03
On 02/12/10 11:15, Mateusz Loskot wrote:
> On 02/12/10 10:54, Klaim wrote:
>> Your library seems interesting (I'm not an expert at all here but I
>> like the idea).
>> However the examples are far from being obvious about this librarie's
> I have similar impression.
> > Maybe some kind of "hello world" or simple FULL example might
>> help? A simple heavily commented program doing some simple
>> manipulations using a given test xml file and an xsd file might be a
>> good idea.
> IOW, 3-4 examples solving simple to more complex problems.
> Perhaps it would be possible to have interaction with Boost.PropertyTree
> as well.
> What I would like to learn myself is also:
> - How this library is similar/different to non-validating XML parsers
> (e.g. Expat)?
> - How this library is similar/different to validating XML parsers (e.g.
> Xerces or libxml2)?
> Having answers to the two questions above, it would be easier to
> understand what XML-related problems your library actually solves.
Ceratinly, I direct my questions to Sumant, author of this library, not
to you Klaim.
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