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xmldom Class Reference

Inherits xmlsax.

Inherited by codetreegrammar.

Public Member Functions

 xmldom ()
 xmldom (bool stringcacheenabled)
virtual ~xmldom ()
bool parseFile (const char *filename)
bool parseString (const char *string)
xmldomnodegetRootNode () const
xmldomnodegetNullNode () const
void createRootNode ()
bool writeFile (const char *filename, mode_t perms) const
bool stringCacheEnabled ()
- Public Member Functions inherited from xmlsax
 xmlsax ()
virtual ~xmlsax ()
const char * getError ()

Additional Inherited Members

- Protected Member Functions inherited from xmlsax
virtual bool tagStart (const char *ns, const char *name)
virtual bool attributeName (const char *name)
virtual bool attributeValue (const char *value)
virtual bool text (const char *string)
virtual bool tagEnd (const char *ns, const char *name)
virtual bool comment (const char *string)
virtual bool cdata (const char *string)

Detailed Description

The xmldom class implements a minimal XML DOM parser.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ xmldom() [1/2]

xmldom::xmldom ( )

Creates a new instance of the xmldom class.

◆ xmldom() [2/2]

xmldom::xmldom ( bool  stringcacheenabled)

Creates a new instance of the xmldom class, allowing the user to enable or disable the "string cache" for this instance.

By default, as each xmldomnode is added to the xmldom tree, tag and attribute names and values are stored in a string cache and pointers into the cache are assigned to each node. Reference counters are kept and the string is removed from the cache when no more nodes are using it. As xml tends to be highly repetitive this conserves memory at the cost of speed.

If the string cache is disabled then memory is allocated in each xmldomnode for names and values and freed when the xmldomnode is freed. This is faster but uses much more memory.

◆ ~xmldom()

virtual xmldom::~xmldom ( )

Deletes this instance of the xmldom class.

Member Function Documentation

◆ createRootNode()

void xmldom::createRootNode ( )

Creates a new root node. This is useful for building a tree from scratch.

◆ getNullNode()

xmldomnode* xmldom::getNullNode ( ) const

Returns the null node of the DOM tree.

◆ getRootNode()

xmldomnode* xmldom::getRootNode ( ) const

Returns the root node of the DOM tree.

◆ parseFile()

bool xmldom::parseFile ( const char *  filename)

Parses file "filename" and generates a DOM tree.

Reimplemented from xmlsax.

◆ parseString()

bool xmldom::parseString ( const char *  string)

Parses string "string" and generates a DOM tree.

Reimplemented from xmlsax.

◆ stringCacheEnabled()

bool xmldom::stringCacheEnabled ( )

Returns true if the string cache is enabled and false if it is disabled.

◆ writeFile()

bool xmldom::writeFile ( const char *  filename,
mode_t  perms 
) const

Writes the current DOM tree to "filename" and sets permissions of the file to "perms".