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home » software » XML Parsers and Processors » CMarkup Tue, Oct 23, 2007

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Product:  CMarkup

Small C++ source code class for quickly parsing, creating and modifying XML documents with simplified XML methods. For light weight use without dependency on other XML components.
Category:  XML Parsers and Processors
Details:  You can implement XML parsing/creating in your C++ project just by adding Markup.cpp and Markup.h. There are different versions of these source files with the same methods for STL, and optionally for MSXML if you need to leverage MSXML. The CMarkup product supports Windows (including Windows CE) as well as other platforms and compilers (such as Borland and UNIX) using the STL version. It comes with a Windows XML editor project and a graphical business to business messaging demonstration with source code and online help. You can download the evaluation version immediately to test in your own application. CMarkup is a non-validating parser using a simplified set of XML methods (EDOM) to support datainterchange via XML, especially for messaging, configuration files, and datasets. This product and accompanying e-mail support makes it easier to get going with XML in your everyday C++ projects, cutting through the hype and going directly to the implementation issues.
More Information:
Developer:  First Objective Software (
Environment:  C++ (STL), Visual C++ (MFC)
Purchase Info:  Commercial Developer License, Evaluation
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