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NAME

       mxml - Mini-XML API

INCLUDE FILE

       #include <mxml.h>

LIBRARY

       -lmxml

DESCRIPTION

       Mini-XML  is  a  small  XML parsing library that you can use to read XML and XML-like data
       files in your application without requiring large non-standard libraries.   Mini-XML  only
       requires  an  ANSI C compatible compiler (GCC works, as do most vendors' ANSI C compilers)
       and a "make" program.

       Mini-XML provides the following functionality:

       ·   Reading of UTF-8 and UTF-16 and writing of UTF-8 encoded XML files and strings.

       ·   Data is stored in a linked-list tree structure, preserving the XML data hierarchy.

       ·   Supports arbitrary element names, attributes, and  attribute  values  with  no  preset
           limits, just available memory.

       ·   Supports integer, real, opaque ("cdata"), and text data types in "leaf" nodes.

       ·   Functions for creating, indexing, and managing trees of data.

       ·   "Find" and "walk" functions for easily locating and navigating trees of data.

       Mini-XML  doesn't do validation or other types of processing on the data based upon schema
       files or other sources of definition information, nor does it support  character  entities
       other than those required by the XML specification.

USING MINI-XML

       Mini-XML provides a single header file which you include:

           #include <mxml.h>

       Nodes  are defined by the "mxml_node_t" structure; the "type" member defines the node type
       (element, integer, opaque, real, or text) which determines which value you want to look at
       in   the   "value"  union.   New  nodes  can  be  created  using  the  "mxmlNewElement()",
       "mxmlNewInteger()", "mxmlNewOpaque()",  "mxmlNewReal()",  and  "mxmlNewText()"  functions.
       Only elements can have child nodes, and the top node must be an element, usually "?xml".

       You load an XML file using the "mxmlLoadFile()" function:

           FILE *fp;
           mxml_node_t *tree;

           fp = fopen("filename.xml", "r");
           tree = mxmlLoadFile(NULL, fp, MXML_NO_CALLBACK);
           fclose(fp);

       Similarly, you save an XML file using the "mxmlSaveFile()" function:

           FILE *fp;
           mxml_node_t *tree;

           fp = fopen("filename.xml", "w");
           mxmlSaveFile(tree, fp, MXML_NO_CALLBACK);
           fclose(fp);

       The "mxmlLoadString()", "mxmlSaveAllocString()", and "mxmlSaveString()" functions load XML
       node trees from and save XML node trees to strings:

           char buffer[8192];
           char *ptr;
           mxml_node_t *tree;

           ...
           tree = mxmlLoadString(NULL, buffer, MXML_NO_CALLBACK);

           ...
           mxmlSaveString(tree, buffer, sizeof(buffer),
                          MXML_NO_CALLBACK);

           ...
           ptr = mxmlSaveAllocString(tree, MXML_NO_CALLBACK);

       You can find a named element/node using the "mxmlFindElement()" function:

           mxml_node_t *node = mxmlFindElement(tree, tree, "name",
                                               "attr", "value",
                                               MXML_DESCEND);

       The "name", "attr", and "value" arguments can be passed as NULL to act as wildcards, e.g.:

           /* Find the first "a" element */
           node = mxmlFindElement(tree, tree, "a", NULL, NULL,
                                  MXML_DESCEND);

           /* Find the first "a" element with "href" attribute */
           node = mxmlFindElement(tree, tree, "a", "href", NULL,
                                  MXML_DESCEND);

           /* Find the first "a" element with "href" to a URL */
           node = mxmlFindElement(tree, tree, "a", "href",
                                  "http://www.easysw.com/~mike/mxml/",
                                  MXML_DESCEND);

           /* Find the first element with a "src" attribute*/
           node = mxmlFindElement(tree, tree, NULL, "src", NULL,
                                  MXML_DESCEND);

           /* Find the first element with a "src" = "foo.jpg" */
           node = mxmlFindElement(tree, tree, NULL, "src",
                                  "foo.jpg", MXML_DESCEND);

       You can also iterate with the same function:

           mxml_node_t *node;

           for (node = mxmlFindElement(tree, tree, "name", NULL,
                                       NULL, MXML_DESCEND);
                node != NULL;
                node = mxmlFindElement(node, tree, "name", NULL,
                                       NULL, MXML_DESCEND))
           {
             ... do something ...
           }

       Finally, once you are  done  with  the  XML  data,  use  the  "mxmlDelete()"  function  to
       recursively free the memory that is used for a particular node or the entire tree:

           mxmlDelete(tree);

ENUMERATIONS

   mxml_sax_event_e
       SAX event type.

       MXML_SAX_CDATA
            CDATA node

       MXML_SAX_COMMENT
            Comment node

       MXML_SAX_DATA
            Data node

       MXML_SAX_DIRECTIVE
            Processing directive node

       MXML_SAX_ELEMENT_CLOSE
            Element closed

       MXML_SAX_ELEMENT_OPEN
            Element opened

   mxml_type_e
       The XML node type.

       MXML_CUSTOM
            Custom data

       MXML_ELEMENT
            XML element with attributes

       MXML_IGNORE
            Ignore/throw away node

       MXML_INTEGER
            Integer value

       MXML_OPAQUE
            Opaque string

       MXML_REAL
            Real value

       MXML_TEXT
            Text fragment

FUNCTIONS

   mxmlAdd
       Add a node to a tree.

       void mxmlAdd (
           mxml_node_t *parent,
           int where,
           mxml_node_t *child,
           mxml_node_t *node
       );

       Adds  the  specified  node  to the parent. If the child argument is not NULL, puts the new
       node before or after the specified child depending on the value of the where argument.  If
       the  child  argument  is  NULL,  puts  the  new  node  at  the beginning of the child list
       (MXML_ADD_BEFORE) or  at  the  end  of  the  child  list  (MXML_ADD_AFTER).  The  constant
       MXML_ADD_TO_PARENT can be used to specify a NULL child pointer.

   mxmlDelete
       Delete a node and all of its children.

       void mxmlDelete (
           mxml_node_t *node
       );

       If  the  specified node has a parent, this function first removes the node from its parent
       using the mxmlRemove() function.

   mxmlElementDeleteAttr
       Delete an attribute.

       void mxmlElementDeleteAttr (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           const char *name
       );

   mxmlElementGetAttr
       Get an attribute.

       const char * mxmlElementGetAttr (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           const char *name
       );

       This function returns NULL if the node is not an element or the named attribute  does  not
       exist.

   mxmlElementSetAttr
       Set an attribute.

       void mxmlElementSetAttr (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           const char *name,
           const char *value
       );

       If  the  named attribute already exists, the value of the attribute is replaced by the new
       string value. The string value is copied into the element node. This function does nothing
       if the node is not an element.

   mxmlElementSetAttrf
       Set an attribute with a formatted value.

       void mxmlElementSetAttrf (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           const char *name,
           const char *format,
           ...
       );

       If  the  named attribute already exists, the value of the attribute is replaced by the new
       formatted string. The formatted string  value  is  copied  into  the  element  node.  This
       function does nothing if the node is not an element.

   mxmlEntityAddCallback
       Add a callback to convert entities to Unicode.

       int  mxmlEntityAddCallback (
           mxml_entity_cb_t cb
       );

   mxmlEntityGetName
       Get the name that corresponds to the character value.

       const char * mxmlEntityGetName (
           int val
       );

       If val does not need to be represented by a named entity, NULL is returned.

   mxmlEntityGetValue
       Get the character corresponding to a named entity.

       int  mxmlEntityGetValue (
           const char *name
       );

       The entity name can also be a numeric constant. -1 is returned if the name is not known.

   mxmlEntityRemoveCallback
       Remove a callback.

       void mxmlEntityRemoveCallback (
           mxml_entity_cb_t cb
       );

   mxmlFindElement
       Find the named element.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlFindElement (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           mxml_node_t *top,
           const char *name,
           const char *attr,
           const char *value,
           int descend
       );

       The search is constrained by the name, attribute name, and value; any NULL names or values
       are treated as wildcards, so different kinds of searches can be implemented by looking for
       all  elements  of  a  given  name  or  all elements with a specific attribute. The descend
       argument determines whether the search descends into child nodes; normally  you  will  use
       MXML_DESCEND_FIRST  for  the  initial search and MXML_NO_DESCEND to find additional direct
       descendents of the node. The top node argument  constrains  the  search  to  a  particular
       node's children.

   mxmlIndexDelete
       Delete an index.

       void mxmlIndexDelete (
           mxml_index_t *ind
       );

   mxmlIndexEnum
       Return the next node in the index.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlIndexEnum (
           mxml_index_t *ind
       );

       Nodes are returned in the sorted order of the index.

   mxmlIndexFind
       Find the next matching node.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlIndexFind (
           mxml_index_t *ind,
           const char *element,
           const char *value
       );

       You  should  call  mxmlIndexReset() prior to using this function for the first time with a
       particular set of "element" and "value" strings.  Passing  NULL  for  both  "element"  and
       "value" is equivalent to calling mxmlIndexEnum().

   mxmlIndexNew
       Create a new index.

       mxml_index_t * mxmlIndexNew (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           const char *element,
           const char *attr
       );

       The  index will contain all nodes that contain the named element and/or attribute. If both
       "element" and "attr" are NULL, then the index will contain a sorted list of  the  elements
       in  the  node tree.  Nodes are sorted by element name and optionally by attribute value if
       the "attr" argument is not NULL.

   mxmlIndexReset
       Reset the enumeration/find pointer in the index and return the first node in the index.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlIndexReset (
           mxml_index_t *ind
       );

       This function should be called prior to using mxmlIndexEnum() or mxmlIndexFind()  for  the
       first time.

   mxmlLoadFd
       Load a file descriptor into an XML node tree.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlLoadFd (
           mxml_node_t *top,
           int fd,
           mxml_load_cb_t cb
       );

       The  nodes  in  the specified file are added to the specified top node.  If no top node is
       provided, the XML file MUST be well-formed with a single parent node like <?xml>  for  the
       entire  file.  The  callback function returns the value type that should be used for child
       nodes.  If MXML_NO_CALLBACK is specified then all child nodes will be either  MXML_ELEMENT
       or MXML_TEXT nodes.

       The   constants   MXML_INTEGER_CALLBACK,   MXML_OPAQUE_CALLBACK,  MXML_REAL_CALLBACK,  and
       MXML_TEXT_CALLBACK are defined for loading child nodes of the specified type.

   mxmlLoadFile
       Load a file into an XML node tree.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlLoadFile (
           mxml_node_t *top,
           FILE *fp,
           mxml_load_cb_t cb
       );

       The nodes in the specified file are added to the specified top node.  If no  top  node  is
       provided,  the  XML file MUST be well-formed with a single parent node like <?xml> for the
       entire file. The callback function returns the value type that should be  used  for  child
       nodes.   If MXML_NO_CALLBACK is specified then all child nodes will be either MXML_ELEMENT
       or MXML_TEXT nodes.

       The  constants  MXML_INTEGER_CALLBACK,   MXML_OPAQUE_CALLBACK,   MXML_REAL_CALLBACK,   and
       MXML_TEXT_CALLBACK are defined for loading child nodes of the specified type.

   mxmlLoadString
       Load a string into an XML node tree.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlLoadString (
           mxml_node_t *top,
           const char *s,
           mxml_load_cb_t cb
       );

       The  nodes in the specified string are added to the specified top node.  If no top node is
       provided, the XML string MUST be well-formed with a single parent node like <?xml> for the
       entire  string. The callback function returns the value type that should be used for child
       nodes.  If MXML_NO_CALLBACK is specified then all child nodes will be either  MXML_ELEMENT
       or MXML_TEXT nodes.

       The   constants   MXML_INTEGER_CALLBACK,   MXML_OPAQUE_CALLBACK,  MXML_REAL_CALLBACK,  and
       MXML_TEXT_CALLBACK are defined for loading child nodes of the specified type.

   mxmlNewCDATA
       Create a new CDATA node.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlNewCDATA (
           mxml_node_t *parent,
           const char *data
       );

       The new CDATA node is added to the end of the specified parent's child list. The  constant
       MXML_NO_PARENT  can  be  used  to  specify that the new CDATA node has no parent. The data
       string must be nul-terminated and is copied  into  the  new  node.  CDATA  nodes  use  the
       MXML_ELEMENT type.

   mxmlNewCustom
       Create a new custom data node.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlNewCustom (
           mxml_node_t *parent,
           void *data,
           mxml_custom_destroy_cb_t destroy
       );

       The new custom node is added to the end of the specified parent's child list. The constant
       MXML_NO_PARENT can be used to specify that the new element node has no parent. NULL can be
       passed when the data in the node is not dynamically allocated or is separately managed.

   mxmlNewElement
       Create a new element node.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlNewElement (
           mxml_node_t *parent,
           const char *name
       );

       The  new  element  node  is  added  to  the  end of the specified parent's child list. The
       constant MXML_NO_PARENT can be used to specify that the new element node has no parent.

   mxmlNewInteger
       Create a new integer node.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlNewInteger (
           mxml_node_t *parent,
           int integer
       );

       The new integer node is added to the  end  of  the  specified  parent's  child  list.  The
       constant MXML_NO_PARENT can be used to specify that the new integer node has no parent.

   mxmlNewOpaque
       Create a new opaque string.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlNewOpaque (
           mxml_node_t *parent,
           const char *opaque
       );

       The new opaque node is added to the end of the specified parent's child list. The constant
       MXML_NO_PARENT can be used to specify that the new opaque node has no parent.  The  opaque
       string must be nul-terminated and is copied into the new node.

   mxmlNewReal
       Create a new real number node.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlNewReal (
           mxml_node_t *parent,
           double real
       );

       The  new  real  number  node is added to the end of the specified parent's child list. The
       constant MXML_NO_PARENT can be used to specify that  the  new  real  number  node  has  no
       parent.

   mxmlNewText
       Create a new text fragment node.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlNewText (
           mxml_node_t *parent,
           int whitespace,
           const char *string
       );

       The  new  text node is added to the end of the specified parent's child list. The constant
       MXML_NO_PARENT can be used to specify that the new text node has no parent. The whitespace
       parameter  is  used  to specify whether leading whitespace is present before the node. The
       text string must be nul-terminated and is copied into the new node.

   mxmlNewTextf
       Create a new formatted text fragment node.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlNewTextf (
           mxml_node_t *parent,
           int whitespace,
           const char *format,
           ...
       );

       The new text node is added to the end of the specified parent's child list.  The  constant
       MXML_NO_PARENT can be used to specify that the new text node has no parent. The whitespace
       parameter is used to specify whether leading whitespace is present before  the  node.  The
       format string must be nul-terminated and is formatted into the new node.

   mxmlNewXML
       Create a new XML document tree.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlNewXML (
           const char *version
       );

       The  "version"  argument  specifies the version number to put in the ?xml element node. If
       NULL, version 1.0 is assumed.

   mxmlRelease
       Release a node.

       int  mxmlRelease (
           mxml_node_t *node
       );

       When the reference count reaches  zero,  the  node  (and  any  children)  is  deleted  via
       mxmlDelete().

   mxmlRemove
       Remove a node from its parent.

       void mxmlRemove (
           mxml_node_t *node
       );

       Does  not  free  memory  used by the node - use mxmlDelete() for that.  This function does
       nothing if the node has no parent.

   mxmlRetain
       Retain a node.

       int  mxmlRetain (
           mxml_node_t *node
       );

   mxmlSAXLoadFd
       Load a file descriptor into an XML node tree using a SAX callback.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlSAXLoadFd (
           mxml_node_t *top,
           int fd,
           mxml_load_cb_t cb,
           mxml_sax_cb_t sax_cb,
           void *sax_data
       );

       The nodes in the specified file are added to the specified top node.  If no  top  node  is
       provided,  the  XML file MUST be well-formed with a single parent node like <?xml> for the
       entire file. The callback function returns the value type that should be  used  for  child
       nodes.   If MXML_NO_CALLBACK is specified then all child nodes will be either MXML_ELEMENT
       or MXML_TEXT nodes.

       The  constants  MXML_INTEGER_CALLBACK,   MXML_OPAQUE_CALLBACK,   MXML_REAL_CALLBACK,   and
       MXML_TEXT_CALLBACK are defined for loading child nodes of the specified type.

       The  SAX callback must call mxmlRetain() for any nodes that need to be kept for later use.
       Otherwise, nodes are deleted when the parent node is closed or after each  data,  comment,
       CDATA, or directive node.

   mxmlSAXLoadFile
       Load a file into an XML node tree using a SAX callback.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlSAXLoadFile (
           mxml_node_t *top,
           FILE *fp,
           mxml_load_cb_t cb,
           mxml_sax_cb_t sax_cb,
           void *sax_data
       );

       The  nodes  in  the specified file are added to the specified top node.  If no top node is
       provided, the XML file MUST be well-formed with a single parent node like <?xml>  for  the
       entire  file.  The  callback function returns the value type that should be used for child
       nodes.  If MXML_NO_CALLBACK is specified then all child nodes will be either  MXML_ELEMENT
       or MXML_TEXT nodes.

       The   constants   MXML_INTEGER_CALLBACK,   MXML_OPAQUE_CALLBACK,  MXML_REAL_CALLBACK,  and
       MXML_TEXT_CALLBACK are defined for loading child nodes of the specified type.

       The SAX callback must call mxmlRetain() for any nodes that need to be kept for later  use.
       Otherwise,  nodes  are deleted when the parent node is closed or after each data, comment,
       CDATA, or directive node.

   mxmlSAXLoadString
       Load a string into an XML node tree using a SAX callback.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlSAXLoadString (
           mxml_node_t *top,
           const char *s,
           mxml_load_cb_t cb,
           mxml_sax_cb_t sax_cb,
           void *sax_data
       );

       The nodes in the specified string are added to the specified top node.  If no top node  is
       provided, the XML string MUST be well-formed with a single parent node like <?xml> for the
       entire string. The callback function returns the value type that should be used for  child
       nodes.   If MXML_NO_CALLBACK is specified then all child nodes will be either MXML_ELEMENT
       or MXML_TEXT nodes.

       The  constants  MXML_INTEGER_CALLBACK,   MXML_OPAQUE_CALLBACK,   MXML_REAL_CALLBACK,   and
       MXML_TEXT_CALLBACK are defined for loading child nodes of the specified type.

       The  SAX callback must call mxmlRetain() for any nodes that need to be kept for later use.
       Otherwise, nodes are deleted when the parent node is closed or after each  data,  comment,
       CDATA, or directive node.

   mxmlSaveAllocString
       Save an XML node tree to an allocated string.

       char * mxmlSaveAllocString (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           mxml_save_cb_t cb
       );

       This  function  returns a pointer to a string containing the textual representation of the
       XML node tree.  The string should be freed using the free() function  when  you  are  done
       with  it.   NULL  is  returned  if the node would produce an empty string or if the string
       cannot be allocated.

       The callback argument specifies a function that returns a whitespace string or NULL before
       and  after  each  element. If MXML_NO_CALLBACK is specified, whitespace will only be added
       before MXML_TEXT nodes with leading whitespace and before attribute names  inside  opening
       element tags.

   mxmlSaveFd
       Save an XML tree to a file descriptor.

       int  mxmlSaveFd (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           int fd,
           mxml_save_cb_t cb
       );

       The callback argument specifies a function that returns a whitespace string or NULL before
       and after each element. If MXML_NO_CALLBACK is specified, whitespace will  only  be  added
       before  MXML_TEXT  nodes with leading whitespace and before attribute names inside opening
       element tags.

   mxmlSaveFile
       Save an XML tree to a file.

       int  mxmlSaveFile (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           FILE *fp,
           mxml_save_cb_t cb
       );

       The callback argument specifies a function that returns a whitespace string or NULL before
       and  after  each  element. If MXML_NO_CALLBACK is specified, whitespace will only be added
       before MXML_TEXT nodes with leading whitespace and before attribute names  inside  opening
       element tags.

   mxmlSaveString
       Save an XML node tree to a string.

       int  mxmlSaveString (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           char *buffer,
           int bufsize,
           mxml_save_cb_t cb
       );

       This  function returns the total number of bytes that would be required for the string but
       only copies (bufsize - 1) characters into the specified buffer.

       The callback argument specifies a function that returns a whitespace string or NULL before
       and  after  each  element. If MXML_NO_CALLBACK is specified, whitespace will only be added
       before MXML_TEXT nodes with leading whitespace and before attribute names  inside  opening
       element tags.

   mxmlSetCDATA
       Set the element name of a CDATA node.

       int  mxmlSetCDATA (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           const char *data
       );

       The node is not changed if it is not a CDATA element node.

   mxmlSetCustom
       Set the data and destructor of a custom data node.

       int  mxmlSetCustom (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           void *data,
           mxml_custom_destroy_cb_t destroy
       );

       The node is not changed if it is not a custom node.

   mxmlSetCustomHandlers
       Set the handling functions for custom data.

       void mxmlSetCustomHandlers (
           mxml_custom_load_cb_t load,
           mxml_custom_save_cb_t save
       );

       The  load  function  accepts a node pointer and a data string and must return 0 on success
       and non-zero on error.

       The save function accepts a node pointer and must return a malloc'd string on success  and
       NULL on error.

   mxmlSetElement
       Set the name of an element node.

       int  mxmlSetElement (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           const char *name
       );

       The node is not changed if it is not an element node.

   mxmlSetErrorCallback
       Set the error message callback.

       void mxmlSetErrorCallback (
           mxml_error_cb_t cb
       );

   mxmlSetInteger
       Set the value of an integer node.

       int  mxmlSetInteger (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           int integer
       );

       The node is not changed if it is not an integer node.

   mxmlSetOpaque
       Set the value of an opaque node.

       int  mxmlSetOpaque (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           const char *opaque
       );

       The node is not changed if it is not an opaque node.

   mxmlSetReal
       Set the value of a real number node.

       int  mxmlSetReal (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           double real
       );

       The node is not changed if it is not a real number node.

   mxmlSetText
       Set the value of a text node.

       int  mxmlSetText (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           int whitespace,
           const char *string
       );

       The node is not changed if it is not a text node.

   mxmlSetTextf
       Set the value of a text node to a formatted string.

       int  mxmlSetTextf (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           int whitespace,
           const char *format,
           ...
       );

       The node is not changed if it is not a text node.

   mxmlSetWrapMargin
       Set the the wrap margin when saving XML data.

       void mxmlSetWrapMargin (
           int column
       );

       Wrapping is disabled when "column" is 0.

   mxmlWalkNext
       Walk to the next logical node in the tree.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlWalkNext (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           mxml_node_t *top,
           int descend
       );

       The  descend  argument controls whether the first child is considered to be the next node.
       The top node argument constrains the walk to the node's children.

   mxmlWalkPrev
       Walk to the previous logical node in the tree.

       mxml_node_t * mxmlWalkPrev (
           mxml_node_t *node,
           mxml_node_t *top,
           int descend
       );

       The descend argument controls whether the previous node's last child is considered  to  be
       the previous node. The top node argument constrains the walk to the node's children.

STRUCTURES

   mxml_attr_s
       An XML element attribute value.

       struct mxml_attr_s
       {
         char *name;
         char *value;
       };

   mxml_custom_s
       An XML custom value.

       struct mxml_custom_s
       {
         void *data;
         mxml_custom_destroy_cb_t destroy;
       };

   mxml_element_s
       An XML element value.

       struct mxml_element_s
       {
         mxml_attr_t *attrs;
         char *name;
         int num_attrs;
       };

   mxml_index_s
       An XML node index.

       struct mxml_index_s
       {
         int alloc_nodes;
         char *attr;
         int cur_node;
         mxml_node_t **nodes;
         int num_nodes;
       };

   mxml_node_s
       An XML node.

       struct mxml_node_s
       {
         struct mxml_node_s *child;
         struct mxml_node_s *last_child;
         struct mxml_node_s *next;
         struct mxml_node_s *parent;
         struct mxml_node_s *prev;
         int ref_count;
         mxml_type_t type;
         void *user_data;
         mxml_value_t value;
       };

   mxml_text_s
       An XML text value.

       struct mxml_text_s
       {
         char *string;
         int whitespace;
       };

TYPES

   mxml_attr_t
       An XML element attribute value.

       typedef struct mxml_attr_s mxml_attr_t;

   mxml_custom_destroy_cb_t
       Custom data destructor

       typedef void(*)(void *) mxml_custom_destroy_cb_t;

   mxml_custom_load_cb_t
       Custom data load callback function

       typedef int(*)(mxml_node_t *, const char *) mxml_custom_load_cb_t;

   mxml_custom_save_cb_t
       Custom data save callback function

       typedef char *(*)(mxml_node_t *) mxml_custom_save_cb_t;

   mxml_custom_t
       An XML custom value.

       typedef struct mxml_custom_s mxml_custom_t;

   mxml_element_t
       An XML element value.

       typedef struct mxml_element_s mxml_element_t;

   mxml_entity_cb_t
       Entity callback function

       typedef int(*)(const char *) mxml_entity_cb_t;

   mxml_error_cb_t
       Error callback function

       typedef void(*)(const char *) mxml_error_cb_t;

   mxml_index_t
       An XML node index.

       typedef struct mxml_index_s mxml_index_t;

   mxml_load_cb_t
       Load callback function

       typedef mxml_type_t(*)(mxml_node_t *) mxml_load_cb_t;

   mxml_node_t
       An XML node.

       typedef struct mxml_node_s mxml_node_t;

   mxml_save_cb_t
       Save callback function

       typedef const char *(*)(mxml_node_t *, int) mxml_save_cb_t;

   mxml_sax_cb_t
       SAX callback function

       typedef void(*)(mxml_node_t *, mxml_sax_event_t, void *) mxml_sax_cb_t;

   mxml_sax_event_t
       SAX event type.

       typedef enum mxml_sax_event_e mxml_sax_event_t;

   mxml_text_t
       An XML text value.

       typedef struct mxml_text_s mxml_text_t;

   mxml_type_t
       The XML node type.

       typedef enum mxml_type_e mxml_type_t;

   mxml_value_t
       An XML node value.

       typedef union mxml_value_u mxml_value_t;

UNIONS

   mxml_value_u
       An XML node value.

       union mxml_value_u
       {
         mxml_custom_t custom;
         mxml_element_t element;
         int integer;
         char *opaque;
         double real;
         mxml_text_t text;
       };

SEE ALSO

       mxmldoc(1), Mini-XML Programmers Manual, http://www.minixml.org/

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright 2003-2008 by Michael Sweet.