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- Subject: Re: Lua+XML = forced love? (Re: FYI: what's OOP's jargons andcomplexities?)
- From: "Peter S. Housel" <housel@...>
- Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2005 12:13:58 -0800
Asko Kauppi <email@example.com> writes:
Instead of fighting the XML world, I think it'd be best for Lua to be
recognized as an "integrates well with XML" product. I mean, reading in
XML _seamlessly_ into Lua tables, and output, too.
I will be needing this shortly, since working with XML in C is .. tedious.
Anyone care to promote their favorite XML binding, I'll be listening. :)
The Monday project (http://monday.sourceforge.net/) contains a binding for
the libxml2 (a.k.a. gnome-xml) and libxslt libraries at:
The interface is based on the W3C's DOM (Document Object Model). I only
included bindings for functionality I am actually using in my application,
though that does cover quite a bit.
There's no separate source distribution at the moment, and the build for the
CVS version is centered around building the entire Monday project, but I
could be persuaded to create a distribution with ordinary ("illiterate")
source code if needed.