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You need to export a scene or some information to a text file? Some of your data are in a XML file but you don't know how to import them?

Here is a Maxscript library to read and write XML file easily.

This script encapsulates all the DotNet code required to access and modify XML files in a Maxscript structure that can be easily re-used in any other scripts. No DotNet experience is required to use it.

R9 to 2017
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All the instructions to install and to use the library are provided within the script archive.

The script file also includes a demo part to describe the main functions of the library and some cases of use.

This is a example of how to use the library in Maxscript:


-- Once the script has been evaluated, we can instanciate the library
-- and create a new XML file

myNewXmlDoc = tXMLDocument()
myNewXmlDoc.mfCreateXML rXmlFilePath:"d:\\temp\\myXmlFile.xml"

-- so far there is no root node, so the value undefined is returned
myRootNode = myNewXmlDoc.mfGetRootNode()

-- we create a root node and get it
-- it is mandatory to create at least one node, the root, to save the file

myRootNode = myNewXmlDoc.mfCreateRootNode "DocRoot"

-- root information are displayed

-- a new node is created, modified and added to the root node
myNodeLevel1 = myNewXmlDoc.mfGetNewNode "NodeLevel1"
myNodeLevel1.mfAddAttribute "name" "FirstNode"
myRootNode.mfAppendChild myNodeLevel1

-- we create another node
myNodeLevel2 = myRootNode.mfGetNewNode "NodeLevel2"
myNodeLevel2.mfSetText "Text in node level 2"
myNodeLevel2.mfAddAttribute "Attribute" "1234"
myNodeLevel2.mfGetAttribute "Attribute"
myNodeLevel2.mfSetAttribute "Attribute" "123456789"
rootNodeChildrenArr[1].mfAppendChild myNodeLevel2

-- the document is saved and released