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die-xml - C++11 xml sax parser based on finite automata

a simple XML SAX parser that uses finite automata as backend.

http://code.google.com/p/die-xml/wiki/FiniteAutomaton has the automaton definitions

Features:

  • parse all kinds of XML tags
  • C++11 API
  • SAX event based interface generating the following events:
    • start document
    • end document
    • start tag
    • end tag
    • characters (including CDATA)
    • processing instruction
    • notation/element definition
  • AttributeIterator class for start document and start tag events. This allows the application to pull attribute values during the event and avoids unnecessary buffering for undesired tags
  • CharIterator class for characters event. This allows the application to pull chars during the event and avoids unnecessary buffering for undesired text nodes
Bonus Track
  • FiniteAutomata class template that can be extended to a Mealy Machine
  • a lightweight implementation of boost::optional<> with storage policy support
TBD
  • entities decoding
  • UTF-8 support (and other encodings too)
  • support configuration for ignorable white space on text nodes
Missing
  • DOM parser (can be easily built over SAX)
  • DOCTYPE validation
  • namespaces
  • text nodes outside tags
  • does not check duplicate notation and element definitions. These are handled by application events only

Operating Systems

  • Platform-independent

Compilers

  • Any standard C++ compiler

Added : 2014-10-06 Amended: 2014-10-06 Licensing : MIT

    die-xml - C++11 xml sax parser based on finite automata
  • project repository
  • Submitted by:Jose Diego Ferreira Martins
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