[PD] xml parser object?

Georg Holzmann grhPD at gmx.at
Fri Apr 15 19:37:37 CEST 2005


> Yes, well it would be quite nice to have an object that you could pass 
> an xml file to, and it would spit out pd symbols... I don't know how 
> exactly that would work since pd only supports lists - no tree-like 
> structures. Perhaps you could fill one of those new pd structs with the 
> contents of the xml file?
With PDContainer you could read it in map, vector, list, stack, ... (all
containers from the C++ STL) - see
http://grh.mur.at/software/pdcontainer.html for more info.

> I'm simply looking for a nice way to have some configuration files for 
> my system (which will be read by both pd and other software). I will 
> probably just stick with custom formatted text files for now. Though, 
> I'm sure people would appreciate the benefits of xml (ie, you could 
> easily validate it, and easily build other pd patches to save new 
> configurations).
Yes, that was/is also my intention ...


> Cheers,
> -Mike Wozniewski

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