Xml import / export from string

Dante Doménech dante19031999 at gmail.com
Sun Aug 8 09:48:29 UTC 2021

What I'm writing is a mathml parser / writer.
I'm working over here: https://gerrit.libreoffice.org/c/core/+/120116

I'm trying to implement it with infinite depth (as long as you have enough
Preferably efficient since it's gonna be called each time the user presses
a key.

There are two modes:
 - from file ( save/write )
 - from buffer ( text box containing the code -> get OUString )

It is part of a project of making starmath full mathml compatible.
It will use mathml if the textbox contains the following: <?xml
version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

I've already implemented the io stuff thanks to your advice with the memory
You can check it out if you want.

El sáb, 7 ago 2021 a las 13:01, Tomaž Vajngerl (<quikee at gmail.com>)

> Hi Dante,
> On Sat, Aug 7, 2021 at 7:21 PM Dante Doménech <dante19031999 at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> Hello. I'm working right now at something that requires to be able to
>> parse xml from and to a string / ustring ( or other as long as I can get
>> back the string ) and does not pass by a file (just wasting writes of the
>> harddisk and a performance issue).
> Why not a SvMemoryStream instead of an OString (and definitely not an
> OUString)?
>> I'm using SvXMLExport and SvXMLImport.
> For lightweight XML writing and parsing (small size, non performance
> critical, no strict schema, non-parallel parsing) I prefer tools::XmlWriter
> and tools::XmlWalker, which are just wrappers around libxml2. You didn't
> describe what you want to use it for so it is hard to judge if it is
> appropriate or not.
>> If you know where in the code is an example it is also good.
> See the tests in tools.
>> Thank you for your time.
> Regards, Tomaž
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