I wrote a class that might be useful to you. Just point it at your XML file
and it'll load it and parse it into Arrays/Objects. See the top of the class
file for some documentation. It can also reverse parse (dump an object back
into XML format).
Jack - Awesome! I'm off to the store for a while, soon as I get back
I'll give this a test.
David - Thanks for the link. Looks useful as well. I'll give these a
try and respond in a few thanks peeps.
On 8/21/06, Jack Doyle [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I wrote a class that might
I've found XFactor Studio's XPath library to be invaluable:
In a similar vein, does anyone here use a solid alternative to XML
config files, perhaps with server-side object serialization or some such?
Flash Mel wrote:
Jack - Awesome! I'm off to the store
I've used JSON (http://json.org/) before, not for config files, but
for exchanging data between flash, java, and php. It's quite easy to
parsing libraries for most other languages as well.
On 8/21/06, R.A. Williamson [EMAIL
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