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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] Fast XML Parser
From: Jeff Dunlap (jeff_j_dunlap_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-12-14 22:13:00

"Alan M. Carroll" <amc_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> *However*, I would not recommend rapidXML if you are going to do
> non-trivial editing of in-place DOM trees. It is not, IMHO, well suited
> for that. If you're going to do a lot of editing, parsing speed shouldn't
> be your primary concern. You will want a much richer API as you go on and
> rapidXML just doesn't provide that. You could build one on top of
> rapidXML, but why bother when there's things just as good already out
> there?
> That said, I have some wrapper code that makes rapidXML even nicer, if
> you're interested, but it doesn't perform any edit, delete, or add
> operations since my code base does not perform any of those.


I would be very interested at looking at your wrapper.

I found that the file ../test_interface/main.cpp demonstrates how to add,
edit, and remove nodes. But I have not found anything on how to navigate
and find information in nodes. Do you know how this is done?

Thanks again,


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