Thread: Cross platform XML library

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    Question Cross platform XML library

    I'm looking for a easy and cross platform XML library. I found xerces can be used with C++ and is cross platform but can't find any tutorials on it. Anyone know any good tutorials on xerces or know of any other better XML library let me know.
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    > but can't find any tutorials on it
    Did you try a search engine?
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    depends on what you want to do with your xml? if all you want is simple parsing/output then tinyxml is your friend. However that's a DOM parser that doesn't do ANY validation (either dtd or schema).

    you could also look at libxml2, which is a c parser but very feature-complete (and obviously compatible with C++)

    just as an fyi, the best, most feature complete xml support I've seen is in java.
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