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From: Nicolas Cannasse <warplayer@f...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Looking for OCaml code to load & save XML files
[...]
> I've found on the Hump a lot of XML libraries for OCaml so I ask on this
> mailing list advices from their authors and users on which one could
> fulfill my requirements.
>
> Moreover, I'm new to XML. So if somebody has advices on how to
> accomplish my goals, I would be pleased to hear them.

You can use XmlLight if you need something... light. If performances and
memory are not critical (only DOM), it should be enough for most of your
usages, and is a good way of starting with XML since it's very easy to use
and manipulate, and support DTD (but not schema). If you need more features
then PXP is your friend, but is a lot more difficult to handle.
My advice : first experiment XmlLight and then switch to PXP if you lack
features.

http://tech.motion-twin.com/xmllight

Regards,
Nicolas Cannasse

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