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Re: seeking small lightweight c-code xml processor (anold post

roger flores
I'll mention the Alo and Ali projects.  Their focus is on reducing the 
complexity of code using them, which has advantages.  They also are 
relatively small, mostly because they handle less than the big parsers. 
  But for many controlled cases, that's just fine.


To best understand them, check out the tutorial.  Ali's tutorial 
specifically shows how to write C code to read a RSS feed from Slashdot!

-Roger Flores

Frans Englich wrote:
> On Wednesday 22 September 2004 21:22, Clayton Duffek wrote:
>>I saw a library mentioned within the last year from someone who was looking
>>for a very simple small lightweight c-code xml processing library.  There
>>was an answer but I don't recall where or what it was.  Could someone
>>please refresh me.
> There's the libxml2, libxslt/sltproc package. It's very fast, functional, but 
> the error reporting could be better(but it's being worked on):


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