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kandi X-RAY | tinyxml2 Summary
TinyXML-2 is a simple, small, efficient, C++ XML parser that can be easily integrated into other programs. The master is hosted on github: The online HTML version of these docs: Examples are in the "related pages" tab of the HTML docs.
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I've encountered a problem that I'm not being able to solve using tinyxml2.
I have a function that receives as a parameter a
XMLElement and I need to iterate over its attributes. With tinyxml, this worked:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-11 at 08:06
Going by the error message, it looks like you need to do:
I follow the steps in the webpage, a problem came out when executing
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-19 at 05:03
The official answer: "On macOS, x86_64 is the only supported architecture and running Drake under Rosetta 2 emulation on arm64 is not supported." -- https://drake.mit.edu/developers.html#supported-configurations as of 2021-03-18.
You can subscribe to https://github.com/RobotLocomotion/drake/issues/14555 for any updates regarding M1 support.
However, if you want to try to hack through it locally, you could try commenting out homebrew dependencies that do not succeed (e.g., IBEX in this case).
With IBEX disabled, you'll also have to
bazel build --define=NO_DREAL=ON to disable dReal for the moment. Likely, other dependencies will also fail, but we have not tested on M1 yet so we don't know how close it is to working.
I've filed https://github.com/dreal/homebrew-dreal/issues/10 in case we can fix the IBEX problem easily.
The other option would be to spin up an Ubuntu VM (based on either 18.04 or 20.04).
I am using tinyxml2 (https://leethomason.github.io/tinyxml2/index.html) to parse a .tmx/.xml file to C++. There is an ChildElement named data, it has text content....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-25 at 18:44
I think you've confused the purpose of
std::map, a more efficient implementation might use something like
std::vector instead. Maps can be helpful when mapping pairs with non-integer keys, but for an application like this they're overkill.
it seemed too easy. I stored an xml file on a sdcard connected to my esp32.
I use the
SD.open() function to access the files stored on the sdcard. For parsing the xml file I downloaded the tinyxml2 library and tried to use the
The problem is that the
xmlDocument.LoadFile function is using a
std::File pointer. The
SD.open() function return an
The resulting error message in my ArduinoIDE is:
No matching function for call to
Does anybody has an idea how to convert the
Thank you very much!
tinyxml2 lib:tinyxml2 lib...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-04 at 19:05
Thank you so much.
as @Galik mentioned, his hint was the key for me. But in the long run @Juraj suggestion to use json the better way.
I am building an application which uses
tinyxml2 and few other dependencies (namely
IrrKlang) that I provide as
.zip files in the
Dependency subdirectory of my project:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-01 at 23:56
I have played with both a solution suggested by @Mizux in their comment and had some success with two different approaches.1. vcpkg
This is arguably the easier of the two. It requires vcpkg installed.
See this commit for example.
Create a manifest file,
vcpkg.json in the project root directory, listing all the dependencies used by the project:
Quick overview of the problem:
I am writing a project and was able to get the code I had written (so far) to compile, so I thought to myself I should start writing an example executable to make sure everything is working as I intended. I am a novice at C++ and even more of a novice at CMake (so forgive me if the code doesn't look well). After creating the ground work for the executable file I decided to
make it and I ended up getting the error:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-21 at 15:15
You should try changing this call to
I am trying to create Makefile for my C++ project.
main.cpp contains this custom includes:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-11 at 02:42
You could build the makefile step by step. Start with the build command and make it a makefile target (I removed
I have a working project and I want to add google test into it, but one difference is, my
main() function is in a different file.
This is my project structure:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-21 at 22:43
The following line in your
unitTest/CMakeLists.txt file is leading to behavior you may not expect:
I am trying to read
config.xml with following simple content:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-06 at 15:29
Did you make
tinyxml2::XMLDocument* config; a pointer? Because you write
Try with an easier definition of config like so:
I'm pretty new to using XML in C++ and i'm trying to parse a list of files to download. THe XML file I'm using is generated via PHP and looks like this :...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-02 at 23:02
According to the reference for tinyxml2::XMLNodeFirstChild():
Get the first child node, or null if none exists.
This line will therefore get the root node:
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