[xsd-users] Question related to --show-sloc option!
boris at codesynthesis.com
Wed Dec 7 12:49:10 EST 2011
Sampada Patil <sampada.patil1 at gmail.com> writes:
> Here is the same mail again, edited now the subject line :)
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> I used --show-sloc option to check lines of code and it shows me ~ 30000.
> But my schema file is not so big (It is aroung 5000 lines) and while
> compiling i am using only --generate-serialization and --generate-ostream
> Why does it gives me so big number?
30,000 lines of C++ code for a 5,000 lines schema sounds about right,
especially considering that you use a couple of "--generate-xxx"
options. One way to reduce the generated code size is to specify the
document root with the --root-element option if your schema defines
multiple global elements and not all of them are valid document roots.
> Can I still use xsd data binding compiler without any problem?
I am not sure what "problems" you refer to. With 30,000 lines of
generated code you can use XSD under the GPL or a commercial
proprietary license. This amount exceeds the free proprietary
license limit so this license is unfortunately not available
to you. See these pages for more information:
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