[ANNOUNCE] XBinder v1.1 Schema Compiler Release

Discussion in 'XML' started by eday@obj-sys.com, Mar 10, 2005.

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    We are pleased to announce the release of version 1.1 of the XBinder
    XML schema to C/C++ data binding compiler. A free evaluation version
    can be downloaded from http://www.obj-sys.com/xbdownloads.shtml.

    XBinder is a C/C++ data binding framework that is similar to Java
    applications such as JAXB or Castor. It generates structures and/or
    classes that are equivalent to the types defined within an XML schema.
    It also generates encoders, decoders, and validation functions/methods
    that operate on variables of these structures making it possible to
    serialize program data to and from XML.

    The following new features have been added:

    - Addition of C/C++ Validation Code Generation.

    - Numeric Date/Time Types.

    - Control over floating point decimal formats using patterns and
    configuration settings.

    - Fault tolerant decoding in which decoding will not fail if the
    input data does not match the schema exactly.

    - Support for XSD substitution groups.

    - Capability for generating fragment encoders.

    - Elimination of the use of C++ exceptions to allow porting to
    environments that do not support exceptions.

    - Addition of a new, cross-platform GUI wizard.

    In addition, many bugs were fixed that dealt with compilation errors
    and omissions for subtle, hard-to-detect schema items. Extensive
    profiling was also done on the SAX handlers generated for decoding
    and validation and we were able to improve performance by about 50%
    to 100% on average in this area.

    More information and free evaluation downloads of the product are
    available from our web-site: www.obj-sys.com or you can E-mail us
    at .

    The Objective Systems Team
     
    , Mar 10, 2005
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