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Date: 2004-02-28 (15:45)
From: Nicolas Cannasse <warplayer@f...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Looking for OCaml code to load & save XML files
> > 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
> > and manipulate, and support DTD (but not schema). If you need more
> > then PXP is your friend, but is a lot more difficult to handle.
> PXP doens't support schema either, but GMetaDOM (a wrapper around the
> GNOME XML libraries) seems to:
> Ben

I forgot to say the following : XmlLight is 100% pure OCaml, and is not a
wrapper on another library. That means that it will compile and work the
same on all ocaml-supported architectures.

Nicolas Cannnasse

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