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pugixml is a light-weight C++ XML processing library. It features:
The library is extremely portable and easy to integrate and use. You can download it in an archive (Windows/Unix line endings), get it from Git/Subversion repository, install it as a package in one of the major Linux/BSD distributions (Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, Gentoo, Arch Linux, FreeBSD and more), install it as a package in one of the OSX package managers (Homebrew, MacPorts), install a NuGet package or use one of the alternative package managers (Conda).
pugixml is developed and maintained since 2006 and has many users. All code is distributed under the MIT license, making it completely free to use in both open-source and proprietary applications.
pugixml-1.8 is out. This is a maintenance release that fixes some compatibility issues and introduces several features (read the changelog for details).
pugixml-1.7 is out. This is a major release that focuses on performance and memory improvements along with several bug fixes (read the changelog for details).