[ANN] CodeSynthesis XSD/e 3.0.0 released

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Hi,

I am pleased to announce the availability of CodeSynthesis XSD/e 3.0.0.

CodeSynthesis XSD/e is an open-source (GPL2 + proprietary license) XML
parser/serializer generator for mobile and embedded systems. It provides
event-driven, stream-oriented XML parsing, XML serialization, XML Schema
validation, and C++ data binding while maintaining a small footprint and
portability.

This release adds the new Embedded C++/Hybrid XML Schema to C++ mapping.
C++/Hybrid provides a light-weight, tree-like object model with support
for fully in-memory as well as hybrid, partially event-driven, partially
in-memory XML processing modes. The latter approach combines the ease and
convenience of the in-memory processing mode with the ability to minimize
the use of RAM and handle documents that would otherwise not fit into
memory. Other major features of the new mapping include:

  * Precise reproduction of the XML vocabulary structure and
    element order.
  
  * Support for filtering of XML data during parsing and object model
    during serialization.
  
  * Customizable object model classes as well as parsing and
    serialization code.

  * High-performance XML Schema validation in the generated code
    (configurable, can be used during parsing and/or serialization).

  * Small memory footprint, including heap and stack usage.

  * Highly-portable, can be used without STL, RTTI, iostream,
    C++ exceptions, and with minimal use of C++ templates.

For more information on the new mapping as well as for the complete list
of new features in this release see:

http://www.codesynthesis.com/pipermail/xsde-announcements/2009/000005.html

Supported embedded targets include Embedded Linux, VxWorks, QNX, iPhone
OS and Windows CE/Mobile. Precompiled binary distributions are available
for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, Solaris, and Windows host development platforms.

More information, documentation, source code, and precompiled binaries
are available from:

http://www.codesynthesis.com/products/xsde /


Best regards,
Boris

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Boris Kolpackov
Code Synthesis Tools CC
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