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I have to replace in multiple template_xml multiple tags to build some web services requests. While with pugixml i can access a tag like this
doc.child("tag1").child("tag2").etc i dont know if that is the best way since with multiple templates and multiple nested tags there would be multiple lines of code for each tag (since they have different paths).
My input would be a struct or something with multiple std::strings that i need to replace. This is one xml template.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-05 at 17:25
Finally end up using this.
i try to get pugixml running in github actions. And i would be happy with any solution that is working...
I added the download to the cmake.yml...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-12 at 06:36
I solved it by using vcpkg to install pugixml:
I have a xml document with a node which has children nodes but I want to iterate over specific nodes which names are stored in the array, for example:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-27 at 13:23
There are two overrides of
I am currently writing some code that shall read data from an xml file. To this end I use the pugixml module that offes a class
xml_document providing methods to parse the file.
To store this data I have created a class
tXmlDoc that manages loading operations (like setting path, storing the parse result and so forth).
I now wanted to include a copy constructor to this
tXmlDoc but, alas, I cannot copy the
pugi::xml_document member as pugixml apparantly explicitely denies copying as far as I understand the code of this module.
What would be your advice how to handle this? I would not like to write a copy constructor for pugixml as I am certain that the author has good reasons to deny this and I would not like to fiddle with that.
BTW, I have a similiar issue with the assignment operator.
As it seems only a move constructor is implemented in pugixml.
Here's my current
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-20 at 10:42
Is it possible to copy it manually:
I found this question on the subject
So I am trying to compile the following code using emscripten:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-19 at 14:46
Why is this file not found by emcc? Is there an alternate way to handle unordered_maps in C++?
Because it moved to
If it is in neither place, you have a very old clang, and it has no
Following task: I have an xml file with data that I need to process. This data is grouped in various nodes which are organized in an hierarchical way. For simplicity I reduce the structure of my xml file a bit:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-08 at 13:56
To answer part 1.
Instead of the shape classes xml_doc being a tXmlDoc object, you can make it a an object that refers to the actual tXmlDoc object
using a C++ reference
I want to configure a device using an XML file and was thinking that I can make the individual
pugi::xml_nodes first with the values I need and later on make them children of a document or some parent node. However, I seem to be doing something wrong.
Example that works:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-10 at 14:45
pugixml documentation states that
pugi::xml_node is a non-owning pointer to actual node data stored in a
xml_nodeis the handle to document node; it can point to any node in the document, including the document node itself. There is a common interface for nodes of all types; the actual node type can be queried via the
xml_node::type()method. Note that
xml_nodeis only a handle to the actual node, not the node itself
Nodes and attributes do not exist without a document tree, so you can’t create them without adding them to some document.
It seems to me that your code doesn't throw errors when you try to manipulate
myNode because default-constructed "null" nodes silently consume operations on them to make chaining easier:
all operations are defined on empty nodes; generally the operations don’t do anything and return empty nodes/attributes or empty strings as their result [...] This is useful for chaining calls
i'm trying to pass a value from a file into
tileNode.find_child_by_attribute("tileset","firstgid",container).attribute("source").as_string(). it should return a string for an image path.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-23 at 21:22
So taking a wild guess at what you actually mean I'm going to plump for this
How can I add an
xml namespace declaration to my
xml_document using pugixml?
I tried this, which results in a invalid xml (invalid char ":", says my validator):...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-16 at 15:10
I'm quoting zeux, the creator of pugixml, who was so kind to answer this question here on github
This code appends the xmlns attribute to the node; you should append it to the document element instead:
I have a configuration file saver/loader. In addition to the expected data, there is a
node. When saving the node, we'd simply have a
std::string _customData and add it to the node, like this:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-21 at 11:08
In the docs, there are three methods listed. I used the first one, making a convenience function like this:
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