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SXP stands for Simple XML Persistence, and is a lightweight C++ library built around expat which provides a simple mechanism for enabling the objects in your application to persist (i.e. read from and write to) in a XML file. SXP's major selling points are ease of use, efficiency, and acceptable performance.


Recent releases

  •  15 Nov 2002 06:42

    Release Notes: In this version two stupid bugs related to UTF-8 support were fixed, more code was moved from the header to the CPP, and the code was changed to compile against the newest expat version. The autoconf madness, which confused a lot of people, was removed, a bug which lead to steady memory leaking was fixed, and more-or-less decent error handling was introduced, with reporting of expat errors together with the row/column in the XML where the error occurred.

    •  14 Mar 2000 10:41

      Release Notes: This version includes GNU autoconf for building on a wider range of platforms. Linux/gcc incompatibilities have been removed from the main version (you can build it without autoconf). RPM for linux/IA-32 available.

      •  09 Mar 2000 14:31

        Release Notes: Initial freshmeat submission.


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