Bundle::XML was the first package to be installed
That might be the problem. I think the latest version of
XML::DOM can be found in libxml-enno. I have no idea
which one is included in the XML bundle. The only stable combination I have personally tested is XML::DOM 1.25 and XML::Parser 2.27 on Perl 5.005.
Note that the original author of XML::DOM does not seem to be supporting it anymore and that a new maintainer seems to be working on it, see this message. One annoying thing is that the old version does not work with XML::Parser 2.28 and above but the new version does not work with 2.27 and under (2.27 is the one that comes with the Activestate port).
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