[ANN] XSD/e 1.0.0 - embedded XML parsing, validation and C++ data binding

Discussion in 'XML' started by Boris Kolpackov, Mar 20, 2007.

  1. Hi,

    I am pleased to announce the availability of CodeSynthesis XSD/e 1.0.0.

    CodeSynthesis XSD/e is an open-source XML parser generator for mobile
    and embedded systems. It provides event-driven, stream-oriented XML
    parsing, XML Schema validation, and C++ data binding while maintaining
    small footprint and portability.

    Compared to general-purpose validating XML parsers, the XSD/e-generated
    parsers are 2-10 times faster while maintaining the lowest static and
    dynamic memory footprints. For example, a validating parser executable
    can be as small as 120KB in size. XSD/e is also highly-portable and can
    be used without STL, RTTI, iostream, C++ exceptions, and C++ templates.

    Supported embedded toolchains include GNU g++ 2.95.x-4.x.x, eMbedded
    Visual C++ 4.0, and Visual Studio 2005 with Smart Devices support.
    Precompiled binary distributions are available for GNU/Linux, Solaris,
    and Windows host development platforms.

    More information, documentation, source code, and precompiled binaries
    are available from

    http://www.codesynthesis.com/products/xsde/


    Best regards,
    Boris Kolpackov
    Boris Kolpackov, Mar 20, 2007
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