Stax validating parser

The C /Tree mapping represents the information stored in XML instance documents as a tree-like, in-memory object model.

The C /Parser mapping generates parser skeletons for data types defined in XML Schema.

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The Bugzilla system should also be used to report errors with XML Schema 1.0. Tools are listed alphabetically: BRICS Schematools, Code Synthesis XSD, Code Synthesis XSD/e, Doc Flex/XSD, EDIFIX, Editi X, Intel XML Software, JAXB Reference Implementation, Jax Front, Jax Me, JBind, KLEEN, LINQ to XSD, Liquid XML, LMX, MSXML, Net Beans Schema support, o NVDL, o Xygen, Py XB, Saxon, Schema Agent, Schema-Forms, Schematron Validator, Schema Viewer, SQC, Stylus Studio, Visual Schema XBinder, XBuilder, xchecker, Xerces-C( ), Xerces-J, XML Architect, XML Beans, XML Datatypes Library, XMLEspresso, XMLFox, XML Infoset Browser, XML Nanny, XMLObjective, Xml Pad, XML Schema Object Model, XML Schema Validator, XML Spy, XML Validator Buddy, XML:: Validator:: Schema, xnsdoc, XS3P, xsd2cpp, XSDBench, XSD Inference Tool, XSD/e, xsddoc, XSDDoc, xsdregex, XSD-to-C , XSDValid, XSU, XSV dk.brics.schematools - XML Schema, RELAX NG, DTD, XML graphs Anders Møller 2006-09-13 dk.brics.schematools is a Java package for manipulation and validation of XML graphs (also known as Summary Graphs) and schemas written in Restricted RELAX NG, DTD, or XML Schema, and for XPath evaluation on XML graphs.

The first public release is now available from Codalogic LMX - XSD to C data binding compiler Pete Cordell 2007-09-22 LMX is an XML to C data binding code generation tool offering comprehensive XSD schema (and DTD) feature coverage.

Focussing specifically on the nuances of C , it comes with its own lightweight parser, for which compact and easy to build source code is available.

It provides event-driven, stream-oriented XML parsing, XML serialization, XML Schema validation, and C data binding while maintaining a small footprint and portability.

Compared to general-purpose validating XML processors, the XSD/e-generated code is 2-10 times faster while maintaining the lowest static and dynamic memory footprints.

For more information, visit (or the convenience URL 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.The XML Schema Working Group, part of the XML Activity, is responsible for the W3C's work on this topic -- for details see the Working Group's charter.W3C Members can also participate in the W3C XML Schema Interest Group, a forum for the discussion of technical issues relating to the development of XML Schema.

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