converting XML to hash/dict/CustomTreeCtrl

Astan Chee astan.chee at al.com.au
Mon Feb 1 23:34:38 CET 2010


Hi,
I have xml files that I want to convert to a hash/dict and then further 
placed in a wx CustomTreeCtrl based on the structure. The problem I am 
having now is that the XML file is very unusual and there aren't any 
unique identifiers to be put in a dict and because there are no unique 
variables, finding the value of it from a CustromTreeCtrl is abit tricky.
I would appreciate any help or links to projects similar to this.
Thanks

The XML file looks something like this:
<doc>
<rm:statsDoc xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
    <stats name="position1" description="Calculation statistics" 
kind="position">
    <stats name="time" description="Timing summary" kind="section">
        <string name="timersNote" description="Note:">This is the note 
on calculation times</string>
        <stats name="timers" kind="timers">

        <timer name="totaltime" description="Total time">
            <elapsed>609.081574</elapsed>
            <user>2531.972081</user>
            <system>65.119100</system>
        </timer>
        <timer name="partialTimer" description="Gravitational Displacement">
            <elapsed>1772.011230</elapsed>
        </timer>
        <stats name="subTimers" description="All non-phased time" 
kind="timers">
            <timer name="subATimer" description="Phase time A">
            <elapsed>72.418861</elapsed>
            </timer>

            <timer name="subBTimer" description="Phase time B">
            <elapsed>28.285192</elapsed>
            </timer>
            <timer name="spaceMem" description="Space memory">
            <elapsed>0.000</elapsed>
            </timer>
        </stats>
        <timer name="endTime" description="End">
            <elapsed>607.432373</elapsed>
        </timer>
        </stats>
    </stats>
    <stats name="space" description="Space usage summary" kind="section">
        <stats name="systemSpace" description="System Space">
        <memory name="heapSpace" description="Total Space">
            <peak>4833280000</peak>

            <current>4833280000</current>
        </memory>
        <memory name="spaceResidentSize" description="Space resident size">
            <peak>4182777856</peak>
            <current>4182777856</current>
        </memory>
        <int name="pageMem">1</int>

        <int name="memReclaims">1943498</int>
        <int name="memSwaps">0</int>
        </stats>
        <stats name="subsystems" kind="memstats">
        <memory name="geoSpace" description="Geo-Space">
            <peak>1640100156</peak>
            <current>411307840</current>
        </memory>
        <memory name="gridSpace" description="Grid-Space">
            <peak>709596712</peak>
            <current>1406752</current>
        </memory>
        <memory name="spaceMem" description="Space memory">
            <peak>737720720</peak>
            <current>0</current>
        </memory>
                <memory name="endTime" description="End">
            <peak>607.432373</peak>
        </memory>
        </stats>
            <memory name="subsystemSpace" description="Subsystem space 
total">
        <peak>5164184694</peak>
        <current>2054715622</current>
        </memory>

    </stats>
    </stats>
</rm:statsDoc>
</doc>




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