Being a C++ mex function, it is very fast compared to the built-in xmlread or any other pure matlab implementation. It can directly read n-dimensional arrays.
For details, see https://github.com/azag0/xml2struct
Jan Hermann (2020). xml2struct (https://www.github.com/azag0/xml2struct), GitHub. Retrieved .
this commit https://github.com/azag0/xml2struct/tree/a579 works with vs2010 and no boost needed. good.
sorry, I have never worked with matlab on windows
hi, can you please provide a Windows compiling instructions?
should comment that is is only for *nix distributions that have boost installed
Removed dependency on Boost, refactored to C++11
Rapidxml is now downloaded during build
rewrote the array parsing, no specification provided, see example XML file