[xsd-users] Re: Differencies between xsd and xsde
Klaim - Joël Lamotte
mjklaim at gmail.com
Mon Jun 13 05:31:00 EDT 2011
2011/6/13 Klaim - Joël Lamotte <mjklaim at gmail.com>
> 3. it have no dependencies (not even xerces, can even work without using
> Can you confirm 3. ?
I've answered my own question by reading the answer to this thread :
"Running resultant CodeSynthesis XSD executable on an embedded ARM-9 Linux
> If such is possible, is there a guide available for cross-compiling and
> > installing the runtime libraries for both packages?
> There is no dedicated guide but the above instructions should generally
> be sufficient. If you decide to go with XSD/e, then the whole process
> will be much simpler since there are no external dependencies in XSD/e
> (e.g., to Xerces-C++). All you will need to do is build the XSD/e
> runtime library (libxsde) which is quite easy to do for both VC++
> and a cross-compilation target (see the INSTALL file inside the XSD/e
> distribution for details).
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