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Elmax is a cross-platform C++ and C# XML parser and DOM/XPath/XQuery parser that can read many kinds of data, including XML, HTML, MySQL, SQL Server and others.
It is very flexible with its native APIs that provides the necessary convenience to use it easily in various applications.
Some of the major features of this parser are the ability to:
— Create or update an XML structure
— Connect to almost any kind of Web server
— Simplify almost all kinds of data reading/writing
— Create LINQ-to-XML Style of Node Creation
— Validate XML documents using XPath and XQuery
— Compile/Run most of the C# projects within the Visual Studio IDE.
— Run unit tests easily within Visual Studio IDE.
— Compile/Run most of the C# projects and unit tests using a command-line application.
— Portable for Visual Studio 2005, 2008, 2010 and 2013.
— Compile and Run Cross-Platform Windows, Linux and MAC OSX in one single executable file.
— Provide most of the standard.NET library classes in its source code.
— Provide the ability to use any third-party, open-source or commercial-source code within the target application.
— Provide the ability to read/write documents in almost any kind of formats.
— Provide the ability to read/write documents directly from/to files without the need of a Web server connection.
— Provide the ability to connect to a MySQL/SQL Server/SQLite/ODBC/MS Access Database.
— Provide the ability to support any type of Webserver such as LAMP, ASP.NET and WAMP.
— Be easily extendable with more added features and functions by the user.
— Provide the ability to write own implementations of the supported features in any language that the user would like to.
— Provide the ability to implement custom methods within Element class.
— Create Document and DocumentModel classes from scratch.
— Create custom class from scratch that can be used for implementing your own objects for a specific set of data types.
— Create your own DOM/XPath/XQuery nodes to add more flexibility and convenience to the target application.
— Create your own Enums for data types.
— Create your own custom Data Type class from scratch.
— Create your own Func objects for defining XQuery functions.
— Create your own Func objects
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1.8.4 — March 12, 2012
* Addition of OPC support and simplification of the Makefile.
* Addition of PHPCRUCILOGGER to send log output to a remote host.
* Addition of CRUCEBROKER to simplify the test server.
* Addition of TEMP_DIR for temporary directory creation and deletion.
* Addition of LIB_DIR to include files.
* Addition of option to parse XML as «XML» and not «XML/1.1»
* Fix unit test, that can’t run because of ld.exe.
* Fix an issue with the CMake build that would occur when CMake would try
to build a release.
* Fix a parsing issue on the new cldr.dat file that occurs if the
dataset had an error.
* Fix of the CMake build.
* Fix of the parsing issue that occur if the class file extension is
.cxx instead of.cc.
* Addition of OpenXPKI support.
* Addition of support for the initialization of more than one CA server.
1.8.3 — February 14, 2012
* Addition of the CRUCEBROKER to simplify the test server.
* Addition of the LIB_DIR to include files.
* Addition of the ability to use a default CA server if not explicitly
* Fix of an issue where the CA server was installed with a default
path that was not set, causing the CA server to not be found.
* Fix of an issue that would occur if the file named «Makefile»
* Fix of an issue where when the PKCS12 filename was different from
the CA server file name
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Elmax is a collection of classes that are aimed to simplify the process of parsing a XML document. It can be used to generate a document from a particular tag, or read a document and then parse it to get some information from it. The classes that Elmax uses include the IDom, IElement and ISequence classes that represent the DTDs, elements and sequences defined within an XML file respectively.
The IElement, ISequence and IDom classes are the main classes in Elmax. The rest of the classes is used to parse elements, sequences, and documents. The IsElement and IElement classes have been described below.
Elmax includes a base class that is called IElement. IElement represents an element within an XML document. Every element in an XML document is represented by a class of this type. The IElement is the base class that all other classes inherit from. This base class defines the structure of all the data and information that a XML element contains. A XML element is a set of data that is contained within a child node of the parent. IElement is a four-dimension (by default) structured container that has the tag, element type, parent tag and parent element data as data members.
It defines the traits of its children (if any). And it defines the composition of its children and how the elements are added to the element and its children. The data members in this class are the nodeId, name, type, data, parentNodeId, parentNodeName and parentNodeType. The parentNodeId, parentNodeName and parentNodeType are used to get the parent node of the element. The name, type and data are the three data members that this class represents. The name is the name of the XML tag of the element. The type is the XML element type of the element. The data is the actual data of the element.
With the name, type and data attributes, Elmax is able to generate the class diagram of the element. The IElement class defines the following interface.
publicinterface IElement : IDomNode
public string Name
public int NodeType
public int ParentNodeType
A derived class
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Elmax is a C++ and C# XML parser library that can be used on the Windows platform by advanced computer users such as developers and software programmers to help them simplify their work in developing C# and C++ projects.
This parser can be used to create simple XMLs, read prices, generate Linq-to-XML Style of Node Creation and more.
In Elmax, Element is the main class and most of the activities take place directly or indirectly within this particular class.
The "ReadMe" document included in the archive Elmax is packed in contains links to a couple of tutorials for DOM and SAX parsing.
Upon extraction, users will find several useful files within the archive, such as solution (SLN) files for Visual Studio 2005, Visual Studio 2008, Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Studio 2013, depending on their current needs.
More so, several code examples are included in a separate folder, so that users can begin testing its abilities before actually inputting their own content in the target applications. The "PortableElmaxCodeExamples," "PreVS2012UnitTestElmax," "TestSequelMax" and "UnitTestElmax" folders contain all the data described above that can be used for testing purposes before implementing its capabilities in a project.
Include all the XML parsing functionalities of both the C# and C++ ports of this library.
C++ includes an object-oriented API, so developers can focus on the code that actually does the parsing and on the design of their new applications.
Define Element objects, even in different class hierarchies, and store them in XML files.
C++ includes a complete C++ port of the original.NET libraries. In other words, it includes all the XML parsing functionalities that appear in.NET with the added feature of the object-oriented API.
Import C# classes into the C++ world and vice-versa. This also includes the inheritance hierarchy, so users can use objects such as XElement in the same way they do when working with.NET.
Define multiple XML documents, allowing users to reuse XML documents that have been defined using the same content.
Create a Document object (in any XML format that is supported by.NET), process its content and store the results into an array of elements.
C++ includes a library that provides support for XML Documents such as ADO.NET, while users can also choose to use their own XML reader instead.
Use documents to store data in memory, allowing users to add new elements and save their content into different files without having to recompile the source code.
C++ includes a
System Requirements For Elmax:
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.2GHz