pugixml

Light-weight, simple and fast XML parser for C++ with XPath support

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24 November 2016 pugixml 1.8 release

pugixml-1.8 is out. This is a maintenance release that fixes some compatibility issues and introduces several features (read the changelog for details).

Highlights for this release include:

You can download the source package or get the new version from GitHub using the latest tag (http://github.com/zeux/pugixml).


19 October 2015 pugixml 1.7 release

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).

Highlights for this release include:

You can download the source package or get the new version from GitHub using the latest tag (http://github.com/zeux/pugixml).


10 April 2015 pugixml 1.6 release

pugixml-1.6 is out. This is a maintenance release that fixes several bugs (read the changelog for details).

Highlights for this release include:

You can download the source package or get the new version from GitHub using the latest tag (http://github.com/zeux/pugixml).


27 November 2014 pugixml 1.5 release

pugixml-1.5 is out. This is a major release focused on performance improvements that also has some new features and compatibility improvements (read the changelog for details).

Highlights for this release include:

You can download the source package or get the new version from GitHub using the latest tag (http://github.com/zeux/pugixml).


26 October 2014 pugixml moves to GitHub

pugixml project used to be hosted on Google Code since time immemorial. About a year ago the active development switched to Git but the Subversion repository on Google Code was still maintained via svn-git and the primary way to report issues was via Issue Tracker on Google Code.

Since Google disabled the downloads feature on Google Code, pugixml releases are hosted on github anyway; also git-svn makes some git workflows more complicated. As of this day, pugixml moves to GitHub and Google Code project is no longer maintained.

You can use GitHub’s issue tracker, submit pull requests, use pugixml as Git submodules, etc.

Note that you can still use Subversion to access pugixml repository on github as follows:

svn checkout https://github.com/zeux/pugixml/tags/latest

Please let me know if you find any issues with GitHub’s Subversion access.


28 February 2014 pugixml 1.4 release

pugixml-1.4 is finally out. This is a major release with several new features and compatibility improvements (read the changelog for details).

Highlights for this release include:

You can download the source package or get the new version from Subversion using the latest tag (http://pugixml.googlecode.com/svn/tags/latest).


01 May 2012 pugixml 1.2 release

pugixml-1.2 is finally out. This is a major release with lots of new features and compatibility improvements (read the changelog for details).

Highlights for this release include:

You can download the source package or get the new version from Subversion using the latest tag (http://pugixml.googlecode.com/svn/tags/latest).


31 October 2010 pugixml 1.0 release

pugixml-1.0 is out. This is a major release with lots of fixes/improvements (read the changelog for details).

The most important changes are:

You can download the source package or get the new version from Subversion using the latest tag (http://pugixml.googlecode.com/svn/tags/latest).


14 October 2010 New project site

pugixml now has a new home, pugixml.org. This site acts as a frontend for all pugixml-related stuff (downloads, documentation, support and other information). Additionally, there is a news feed, which you can subscribe to via RSS.

All downloads, documentation, Subversion repository and issue tracker are still hosted at Google Code; the existing links still work, and this is not going to change.


11 July 2010 pugixml 0.9 release

pugixml-0.9 is out. This is a major release with lots of fixes/improvements (read the changelog for the details). The most important changes are:

Also there are a lot of other changes, including performance and memory consumption improvements.