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I am still interested in XML programming. I want to use XML in my libraries.
Following this purpose I have crossed with the GNOME's tool libxml2. As far
as I understand it is a standard tool. The thing I would like to learn is
whether there are any other alternative utilities?
As the fact I even do not know if I need them at all. I want the maximum
portability of my libraries - it is the first. The second - I want it could
be used on a very old machines or servers - machines without graphical desktop.
So the fact that libxml2 is a GNOME's utility and GNOME is a desktop
environment forced me into the doubt. Also I would like my libraries were as
fast as it possible.
libxml2 isn't a tool, it's a library, and whilst developed in conjunction with Gnome, has no dependedncy on it whatsoever. It is used in a very large number of non-gnome applications and shouldn't be viewed as related to gnome in any way really.