MFC CString And XML
CMarkup integrates into your MFC (Microsoft Foundation Classes) project naturally because it uses
CString but that is the only MFC class it uses! CMarkup uses CString internally to hold the XML document, and it takes and returns
CString arguments and values. The test project which comes with CMarkup is also in MFC.
If you move to another C++ compiler or project configuration, CMarkup also works with STL strings.
Compiles for UNICODE
CMarkup is written for the Visual Studio and Windows defines to support
_T() string literals and so forth.
Handle binary values
Use the Base64 methods to encode and decode binary files in your documents.
Unlimited royalty-free use, a year of upgrades and support, and additional methods for binary (base64), indexes, paths, encoding conversions, and more. See full product details of CMarkup Developer.