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Old 01-27-07, 11:03 PM   #1
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Default Lightweight C++ XML parsing/reading libraries?

To save myself some work on a potentially large-ish scale personal project, I'd like to use XML for most of the data-driven stuff (bar the ini file, which I'll write my own simple parser for). With that in mind, I'm looking for a relatively simple and well documented third party library that can do the brute work of getting XML data out of files, and into properly tagged C++ objects.

I've heard of "TinyXML", and although I've not investigated properly yet, it sounds like it might be enough for me. Before I commit to that though, I was interested in whether anyone here has any good suggestions?
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