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XML EZ Out

XML EZ Out is a small set of packages intended to aid the creation of XML-formatted output from within Ada programs. It basically wraps the tags and data provided to it with XML syntax and writes them to a user-supplied medium. This medium can be any sort of writable entity, such as a file, a memory buffer, or even a communications link, such as a socket. The only functionality required of the medium is that it supply a meaningful "Put" (for writing a string) and "New_Line" procedure.

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  •  28 Nov 2010 08:50

    Release Notes: This release fixes a bug where calling Output_Content with a negative integer or float argument would drop the leading minus sign. The ability to completely deallocate memory used by the String_Stream package was added.

    •  29 Nov 2006 07:30

      Release Notes: This version of XML EZ Out supports writing to an application-specified I/O medium (e.g. file, memory buffer) via instantiation, and also provides pre-instantiated text file and memory buffer packages.

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