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Yet Another XML Serialization Library for the .NET Framework

, 2 Oct 2012 MIT
A flexible XML serialization library that lets developers design the XML file structure, and select the exception handling policy. YAXLib supports polymorphic serialization and serializing generic and non-generic collection classes and arrays.
Test References
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Text;
using System.Drawing;
using YAXLib;

namespace DemoApplication.SampleClasses
    public class PersonFormatted
        public string SSN { get; set; }

        public string Name { get; set; }

        public string Family { get; set; }

        public int Age { get; set; }

    [YAXComment("This example demonstrates serializing nested objects")]
    public class WarehouseNestedObjectExample
        public string Name { get; set; }

        public string Address { get; set; }

        public double Area { get; set; }

        [YAXCollection(YAXCollectionSerializationTypes.Serially, SeparateBy = ", ")]
        public PossibleItems[] Items { get; set; }

        [YAXDictionary(EachPairName = "ItemInfo", KeyName = "Item", ValueName = "Count",
                       SerializeKeyAs = YAXNodeTypes.Attribute,
                       SerializeValueAs = YAXNodeTypes.Attribute)]
        public Dictionary<PossibleItems, int> ItemQuantitiesDic { get; set; }

        public PersonFormatted Owner { get; set; }

        public override string ToString()
            return GeneralToStringProvider.GeneralToString(this);

        public static WarehouseNestedObjectExample GetSampleInstance()
            Dictionary<PossibleItems, int> dicItems = new Dictionary<PossibleItems, int>();
            dicItems.Add(PossibleItems.Item3, 10);
            dicItems.Add(PossibleItems.Item6, 120);
            dicItems.Add(PossibleItems.Item9, 600);
            dicItems.Add(PossibleItems.Item12, 25);

            WarehouseNestedObjectExample w = new WarehouseNestedObjectExample()
                Name = "Foo Warehousing Ltd.",
                Address = "No. 10, Some Ave., Some City, Some Country",
                Area = 120000.50, // square meters
                Items = new PossibleItems[] { PossibleItems.Item3, PossibleItems.Item6, PossibleItems.Item9, PossibleItems.Item12 },
                ItemQuantitiesDic = dicItems,
                Owner = new PersonFormatted() { SSN = "123456789", Name = "John", Family = "Doe", Age = 50 }

            return w;

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