Hey Bruce, Our company uses Xerces-C quite a lot. It does provide for different styles of programmatic access and my experience so far has been positive.
At a previous company I worked with Microsoft's XML Parser and DOM (DOM == Document Object Model, for those who didn't know); DOM access worked well in most cases, but MSFT requires that you embrace some form of COM programming style in your C++ code (e.g. ATL). Riley -----Original Message----- From: Bruce Jackson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, October 15, 2003 9:08 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: C++ XML Parser of choice Does anyone on the list have experience using an XML parser with C++? If so, can you recommend a decent set of parser tools? --Bruce -- Bruce Jackson mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Dynamics and Control Branch 18C West Taylor Street MS 132 Airborne Systems Competency NASA Langley Research Center Building 1192C, Room 149 Hampton, VA 23681-0001 scud://N 37 05'31.7" W 76 22'55.1" http://dcb.larc.nasa.gov/DCBStaff/ebj/ebj.html "There is no try"