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Hi,

I've got good experiences with XML::Mini. It's not the fasted parser I've seen, but sufficient for (most) simple tasks (regarding that it's written in Pure Perl, the performance is not that bad). And it supports paths, which comes in handy sometimes.

HTH,

-- JaWi

"A chicken is an egg's way of producing more eggs."


In reply to Re: Pure Perl XML Reading & Writing by JaWi
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