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Irrxml-1

Description: irrXml - a fast and lightweight C++ Xml parser
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Size: 1Mb
Version: 1.2
Date: 23 Oct 12
Author: Ambiera.com (zlib license)
Submitter: lellonapoli aka rebraist
Category: library/misc
License: Other
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irrXML (from www.ambiera.com)
irrXML is a simple and fast open source xml parser for C++. Why another xml
parser? The strenghts of irrXML are its speed and its simplicity. It ideally
fits into realtime projects which need to read xml data without overhead, like
games. irrXML was originally written as part of the Irrlicht Engine but after it
has become quite mature it now has become a separate project.

Features
irrXML simply provides forward-only, read-only access to a stream of non
validated XML data. Its current features are:  

•It it fast as lighting and has very low memory usage. It was developed with the
intention of being used in 3D games, as it already has been. 
•It's open source, with an OSI certified license (zlib)
•irrXML is very small: It only consists of 60 KB of code and can be added easily
to your existing project.
•Of course, it is platform independent and works with lots of compilers. 
•It is able to parse ASCII, UTF-8, UTF-16 and UTF-32 text files, both in little
and big endian format.
•Independent of the input file format, the parser can return all strings in
ASCII, UTF-8, UTF-16 and UTF-32 format.
•With its optional file access abstraction it has the advantage of reading
easily not only from files but from any type of data (memory, network, ...). For
example when used with the Irrlicht Engine, it directly reads from compressed
.zip files.
•Just like the Irrlicht Engine for which it was originally created, it is
extremely easy to use.
•It has no external dependencies, it does not even need the STL.











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