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Sat, 2 Jun 2007 23:23:08 +0200
announcing the release of XMLToolbox 0.4 for GNU Octave.
The new and long awaited feature is the read/write support for any
XML. Okay, some minor features (see the readme for details) are left
to implement. To provide an example, you have an XML like this:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
<title>My First XML</title>
<chapter>Introduction to XML
<para>What is HTML</para>
<para>What is XML</para>
load it: v = xml_load('book.xml');
Now you can browse the data structure an access the nodes, change
values, save it, ...
ans = 01234567
Nice, isn't it?
Note that this is considered to be a testing release (there's a zero
digit before the dot), so the functions may crash from time to time,
but I'd be really interested what you're doing.
For download visit http://sourceforge.net/projects/octave-xmltools/,
if you're interested in the code, see
for doxygen doc.
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