Which will advise an XML parser for C++?

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True condition that many libraries are not pulled and it was cross-platform.
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Everywhere recommend www.sourceforge.net/projects/tinyxml
If you do write will be a good start
\rwww.codeproject.com/KB/winsdk/XMLwriter.aspx
\rsourceforge.net/projects/ali/
Actually the only problem in fast and high-quality parsing of the text, the rest is a matter of technique.
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If you have time, you can and to write. The interesting thing, is addictive. A lot of nuances! +5 experience. :)
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PUGIXML
\rcode.google.com/p/pugixml/
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pugixml is a light-weight C++ XML processing library. It features:
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* DOM like interface with rich traversal/modification capabilities
* Extremely fast non-validating XML parser which constructs the DOM tree from an XML file/buffer
* XPath 1.0 implementation for complex data-driven tree queries
* Full Unicode support with Unicode interface variants and automatic encoding conversions
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The library is extremely portable and easy to integrate and use.
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pugixml is developed and maintained since 2006 and has many users. All code is distributed under the MIT license, making it completely free to use in both open source and proprietary applications.
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I think it is possible to try QtXml — cross-platform, and pulls a little...
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PUGIXML
\rcode.google.com/p/pugixml/
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pugixml is a light-weight C++ XML processing library. It features:
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* DOM like interface with rich traversal/modification capabilities
* Extremely fast non-validating XML parser which constructs the DOM tree from an XML file/buffer
* XPath 1.0 implementation for complex data-driven tree queries
* Full Unicode support with Unicode interface variants and automatic encoding conversions
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The library is extremely portable and easy to integrate and use.
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pugixml is developed and maintained since 2006 and has many users. All code is distributed under the MIT license, making it completely free to use in both open source and proprietary applications.
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