[ANN] XBinder XSD to C/C++ data binding tool

Discussion in 'XML' started by eday@obj-sys.com, Jul 17, 2007.

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    Objective Systems Announces the Release of XBinder 1.2

    XBinder(tm) is an XML data binding application that can generate C/C+
    +
    encoders/decoders from an XML schema specification. Version 1.2 is a
    major new release of the product that adds the following capabilities
    over previous versions:

    - Use of a Pull-Parser for improved XML decoding. XML C and C++
    decoder
    generation has been changed to use a custom pull-parser as the
    default
    parser instead of a third-party SAX parser. This provides better
    performance and provides a more logical model for data binding
    applications.

    - Improved handling of run-time type declarations (xsi:type). The
    code
    generation was updated to generate special structures for derived
    types.
    This makes it possible to encode and decode XML elements identified
    by xsi:type declarations.

    - Capability to encode and decode to/from DOM. An abstract DOM
    interface
    has been added which makes it possible to encode/decode to/from DOM
    instead
    of directly to XML. This makes use of DOM possible with XBinder
    for
    operations such as searching or generic node manipulation.

    - Addition of copy constructors and deep-copy for all C++ classes.
    The C++ memory management interface has been greatly simplified
    such that all assignments now cause a deep-copy of the data to be
    done.

    - Improved custom type configuration. The capability was added to
    change
    the default C type that is mapped to a given XSD type. For
    example,
    it is possible to specify that a string be used to hold an
    xsd:decimal
    type instead of a floating point variable.

    For more information on the new release see:

    http://www.obj-sys.com/xbinder.shtml

    A free evaluation version of the software can be downloaded from:

    http://www.obj-sys.com/downloadxb12.shtml
     
    , Jul 17, 2007
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