XML for C++ parser (XML4C) is a validating XML parser written in a portable subset of C++. XML4C makes it easy to give an application the ability to read and write XML data. Two shared libraries provide classes for parsing, generating, manipulating, and validating XML documents. XML4C is faithful to the XML 1.0 recommendation and associated standards (DOM 1.0, SAX 1.0). Source code, samples and API documentation are provided with the parser. All major platforms are supported including Linux.
Release Notes: This Update is based on Apache Xerces XML C++ Parser V. 1.5.0, and has partial support for a subset of the W3C Schema language, bugfixes, and performance improvements. Changes to XML4C++ include the support of SAX 1.0 and SAX 2.0 specifications, support of DOM 1.0 and DOM 2.0 specifiactions, experimental support of a subset of the W3C Schema language, experimental IDOM (a new design of the C++ DOM API), and DOM implementation optimization.
Release Notes: This release is based on the Apache Xerces XML C++ Parser Version 1.3.0, with new features including experimental versions of DOM Level 2 (Range, Traversal, and SAX2), improved support for Entities in the DOM, bugfixes, and performance improvements.
Release Notes: XML4C 3.3.0 is based on the Apache Xerces XML C++ Parser Version 1.3.0. New features include experimental versions of DOM Level 2 - Range, Traversal and SAX2, improved support for Entities in the DOM, bugfixes, and performance improvemenents.
Release Notes: Simplified platform support (removed need to support local standard output streams or to find the location of the parser DLL/SharedLib.) Added support for the NetAccessor plug in abstraction, which allows the parser to support HTTP/FTP based data sources. Added EBCDIC-US and ISO-8859-1 as intrinsic encodings Added more DOM Level II features Support for ICU 1.4, which makes XML4C Unicode 3.0 compliant when using ICU. New samples and tests (DOM test, programmatic DOM sample, thread test) Added support for multiply nested entities using relative paths or URLs. Significant internal architecture improvements in the handling of encodings and transcoding services.
Release Notes: Fixes for a multi-threading bug for UNIX, a bug to enable proper user-exception handling, and transcoding problem for Japanese backslashes.