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Win. This is like the <dot> and <cross> "operator" hacks on steroids. I dare you to submit this to Boost.
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I dare you to submit this to Boost.

They already have boost::spirit. :P
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It is like dipping into the part of the yogurt without the fruit in it...
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You, sir, have just won the Holy Sh** You're F***ing Awesome Award. Now would be a good time to request a staff member to change your name to "the_awesome_edd."
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Does it even check the document is valid HTML?

Otherwise I think a general-purpose XML or SGML document creation would be more useful.
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Does it even check the document is valid HTML?

Otherwise I think a general-purpose XML or SGML document creation would be more useful.

Technically, it sounds like it's just an XML library. I believe the reason you can use it to write HTML is because of the syntactical similarities between XML and HTML. And if you look at the source (which is impressive 116 LOC, including white space) it doesn't do any syntax validation.
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Does it even check the document is valid HTML?
looking at the demo application, it doesn't know about HTML, just how XML should be structured. The application tells it about what tags you can use:
TAG(html,  NO_ATTRIBS);
TAG(head, NO_ATTRIBS);
TAG(title, NO_ATTRIBS);
TAG(body, NO_ATTRIBS);
TAG(p, NO_ATTRIBS);
TAG(a, ATTRIB(href));
TAG(img, ATTRIB(src), ATTRIB(alt));

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I love the License

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You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the Do What The Fuck You Want


@the_edd: You Sir, are my new hero.
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Now this made my day XD
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I love the License

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You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the Do What The Fuck You Want


@the_edd: You Sir, are my new hero.

And the best of all is that it's a real license!

Clicky =P
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http://bitbucket.org/edd/xsmell/src/

From the readme:


XSMELL 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
syntax?

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:


*** Source Snippet Removed ***


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.


--- xsmell.hpp	2009-06-24 23:46:07.000000000 -0400
+++ ../xsmell_fixed.hpp 2009-06-24 23:46:01.000000000 -0400
@@ -17,6 +17,7 @@
#include <boost/type_traits/is_same.hpp>
#include <boost/mpl/empty.hpp>
#include <boost/lexical_cast.hpp>
+#include <boost/static_assert.hpp>

namespace xsmell
{


I tried to make a patch queue, but bitbucket wasn't letting me authenticate. :D
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Does it even check the document is valid HTML?


You can define the tags yourself, but it can't check particular "nesting patterns". However, you cannot assign a set of uneven tags to a xsmell::document as you'll get a compile-time assertion. In that sense, the XML is validated.

I know! I can hardly contain myself either!

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looking at the demo application, it doesn't know about HTML, just how XML should be structured. The application tells it about what tags you can use:


Yes, I am particularly proud of the macro hackery needed to get that ATTRIB/NO_ATTRIBS stuff working. Have a look if you want to see awesome distilled in to it's purest form.
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--- xsmell.hpp	2009-06-24 23:46:07.000000000 -0400
+++ ../xsmell_fixed.hpp 2009-06-24 23:46:01.000000000 -0400
@@ -17,6 +17,7 @@
#include <boost/type_traits/is_same.hpp>
#include <boost/mpl/empty.hpp>
#include <boost/lexical_cast.hpp>
+#include <boost/static_assert.hpp>

namespace xsmell
{


I tried to make a patch queue, but bitbucket wasn't letting me authenticate. :D


Thank you for your invaluable contribution! I have applied and uploaded your patch.
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You can define the tags yourself, but it can't check particular "nesting patterns".

With such a syntax, it could perfectly do so at compile-time.
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You can define the tags yourself, but it can't check particular "nesting patterns".

With such a syntax, it could perfectly do so at compile-time.


Well what I mean is it'll check stuff like:


<html>_ <body>_<!html>_ <!body>_; // compiler error


But there's no way to tell it things like "a <body> block must appear inside an <html> block".
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You can define the tags yourself, but it can't check particular "nesting patterns".

With such a syntax, it could perfectly do so at compile-time.


Well what I mean is it'll check stuff like:


<html>_ <body>_<!html>_ <!body>_; // compiler error


But there's no way to tell it things like "a <body> block must appear inside an <html> block".


It should be possible to add such functionality with a healthy dose of BOOST_PP.
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