|author||Boris Kolpackov <email@example.com>||2009-09-17 07:15:29 +0200|
|committer||Boris Kolpackov <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2009-09-17 07:15:29 +0200|
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+This directory contains a number of examples that show how to customize the
+C++/Tree mapping. The following list gives an overview of each example:
+ Shows how to customize XML Schema built-in types by mapping xsd:date
+ built-in type to the date class from the Boost date_time library.
+ This example shows how to customize the anyType XML Schema built-in
+ type to implement preservation of comments stored in XML documents.
+ Because anyType is a base type for every generated type, you can use
+ this technique to implement custom functionality that spans the
+ entire type system.
+ Shows how to map a user-defined XML Schema type to a custom C++ class.
+ This example presents the simple case where the customized type is not
+ used as a base in the same schema.
+ Shows how to customize parsing and serialization code for the xsd:double
+ XML Schema built-in type. It can be used as a guide on how to customize
+ built-in XML Schema types that are mapped to fundamental C++ types.
+ Shows how to map user-defined XML Schema types to custom C++ classes.
+ This example presents the complex case where the customized types are
+ inherited from in the same schema.
+ Shows how to use type customization to parse and serialize a specific
+ attribute that is matched by a wildcard (anyAttribute).
+For more information on the C++/Tree mapping customization see the
+C++/Tree Mapping Customization Guide.