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XMLIO is a high level C++ library, which provides you with easy to use
functions to read and write XML formated files. It is based on expat (http://sourceforge.net/projects/expat),
a prevalent C library for processing XML files.
Since XML has become a very popular format with a lot of tools already
available we find that a high level C++ library to construct C++ objects out
of a XML data structure and vise versa is highly desired. XMLIO provides you
with some base classes with helpfull functions to read and write XML files.
You just have to derive your classes from an appropriate XMLIO class to give
them the ability to read and write XML files.
The reference introduces to the
concept of xmlio. We generate a class
reference by using doc++. The
whole documentation is available as tarball.
More help can be expected at the xmlio
discussion mailing list.
There is also a short tutorial available which shows the first steps how
to read and write xml documents by using xmlio.
The xmlio library is currently available under
the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)
version 2 or newer.
This license allows you to link with the library in such a way that
users can modify the library and have your application use the new
Download the latest release from the sourceforge file repository or
visit our repository at sourceforge.
- We at
- Expat library.
- GNU Hidden Markov Model (ghmm), derived from gxl_graph.
There is another project with the same subject and name: Paul Miller's xmlio.
A part of gnome-libxml is also called xmlio.
XMLIO has been developed in 2001 by Achim Gädke and Peter Pipenbacher at the
Center of Applied Informatics of the University of Cologne (www.zaik.uni-koeln.de).
Any questions? Just ask! firstname.lastname@example.org
Achim Gädke - Achim.Gaedke@zpr.uni-koeln.de
Peter Pipenbacher - email@example.com