From the readme:
Congratulations! You have in your hands the MOST BRILLIANTEST C++ XML CREATION
LIBRARY EVER CREATED.
Have you ever needed to embed a quick snippet of HTML or XML in your C++ source
code? Didn't you just hate having to use that obscure string concatenation
Well no more! With the advent of XSMELL you can now use regular XML syntax
directly in your source code, thanks to the reckless use of operator
overloading, template meta-programming and preprocessor macros:
using namespace xsmell;
document doc =
<img .src("chucknorris.png") .alt("sneezing eyes open")>_ <!img>_
std::cout << doc << '\n';
That's right! Thanks to XSMELL you'll no longer suffer from S-Expression
envy. You've got one up on those Lisp guys now -- smug bastards!
And you no longer have to worry about generating malformed XML! After spending
hours fighting obscure C++ compiler errors, you'll be 100% certain that your
XML is correct.
I couldn't wait for April 1st to come around.