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It's been quite a while since I've written perl code but I'd like to get back to it. I've done XML/XSL stuff with MS Windoze MSXML4 but I'm not familiar with the XML/XSL tools in Perl. What are the most popular/best XML DOM XSL XPath modules currently being used? Not trying to start a holy war here - just trying to get a handle on which modules to concentrate on first. Last time I searched I found a LOT of modules - looking for some guidance here.

Update - I should have mentioned that although my platform of preference is Fedora Core (Red Hat) Linux, currently I'm developing on Windows XP. So I'm using ActiveState Perl and PPM to install packages. Two good suggestions for XML and XSLT packages made below are XML::LibXML and XML::LibXSLT - in PPM I'm having trouble locating those - can anyone help?


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