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RE: Hiding XML to an application (serialization?)

Subject: RE: Hiding XML to an application (serialization?)
From: "Angel Gavin" <agavin@xxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2005 11:00:50 +0200
xml serialize xerces
YEP! THAT REALLY REALLY HELPS! (let alone it is nice to hear from someone
that has been facing the problem for so long!)

Thanks a lot again for your valuable feedback. I'll keep you informed.

Best wishes,

> -----Original Message-----
> From: James Fuller [mailto:jim.fuller@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: 22 June 2005 10:43
> To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re:  Hiding XML to an application (serialization?)
> >In particular, we develop applications (like the one mentioned in my
> >previous email) for the aerospace sector that should (SHALL!)
> have DO-178b
> >certification (normally, up to B level). Applications are
> usually developed
> >in C/C++. I do not want to bother people with questions that may
> be beyond
> >the scope of this list (and then I will not open a new thread
> for this), but
> >the problem still has to do with XSLT.
> >
> >
> ok, have been near this type of scenario and understand the difficulties
> of using xml technologies in such environments...ada and lisp aside its
> difficult to get xml tools ratified in such environments....geez its
> been 5+ years now as well.
> here is a good overview article
> http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/xml/library/x-ctlbx.html
> here is a very dated article at xml.com
> http://www.xml.com/pub/a/1999/11/cplus/
> though may reiterate what u already know...I doubt you would be able to
> use libxml in your environment, which is prob the 1st place I would
> start. I would suggest starting with apache stuff
> http://xml.apache.org/xerces-c/samples.html
> >Does anyone know something about tools for XML
> >processing/marshalling/transforming/... (in particular, XSLT!!!) for the
> >development of software with certification requirements? I was
> googling the
> >Internet a few months ago but did not find anything. Perhaps the
> question is
> >whether is there a market for this, considering the high quality of the
> >existing (free) software for XML.
> >
> >
> you could look at how other people do it....e.g. sablotron for example
> uses a thin layer over expat to slurp up xml and put into internal
> in-memory tree representation
> I have used http://sxp.sourceforge.net/ this little gem as a good
> example for slurping up xml, seems to be 'low maintenance' enough for
> your requirements.
> Are there any persistence layer stuff for C++ these days? Might be able
> to get marshalling for free from xml format this way.
> gl and post back any nuggets of wisdom u may get
> hth, Jim Fuller

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