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-This example shows how to use type customization to parse and serialize
-mixed content. The example achieves this by customizing the type with
-the mixed content model to include a DOM document that stores the data
-as a raw XML representation. The customized type also provides its own
-parsing constructor and serialization operator where the mixed content
-is extracted from and inserted back to DOM, respectively. The use of
-DOM for mixed content storage is one of the options. You may find other
-data structures (e.g., a string) more suitable depending on your situation.
-For more information on the C++/Tree mapping customization see the C++/Tree
-Mapping Customization Guide.
-The example consists of the following files:
- XML Schema definition for a simple person record vocabulary. Each
- record includes the bio element which represents arbitrary XHTML
- fragments as mixed content.
- Sample XML instance document.
- C++ types that represent the given vocabulary, a set of parsing
- functions that convert XML instance documents to a tree-like in-memory
- object model, and a set of serialization functions that convert the
- object model back to XML. These are generated by XSD from people.xsd
- with the --custom-type option in order to customize the bio type.
- Header file which defines our own bio class by inheriting from the
- generated bio_base. It is included at the end of people.hxx using
- the --hxx-epilogue option.
- Source file which contains the implementation of our bio class.
- Driver for the example. It first calls one of the parsing functions
- that constructs the object model from the input file. It then prints
- the data to STDERR, including the bio information converted to text.
- Finally, the driver serializes the object model back to XML.
-To run the example on the sample XML instance document simply execute:
-$ ./driver people.xml