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- From: Chris Maden <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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- Date: Thu, 16 Jul 1998 16:08:38 -0400 (EDT)
> Chris Maden wrote:
> >Larry Wall's XML::Parser
> Is there a site for that? My brief search yielded little.
<URL:ftp://www.wall.org/pub/larry/xmlparser-0.0.tar.gz>. The "eg"
directory contains examples of its use, which are partly incomplete;
discussion of the module can be found on xml-perl, hosted by
It's a bit old; it uses xmltok instead of Expat. Larry's been working
on Unicode support instead, and says that he's pretty much done with
that and will be coming back to XML::Parser.
It seems to work pretty well, though out of the box it will only build
correctly if `ar` implies `ranlib` on your system (e.g., Solaris,
Linux). If not (e.g., FreeBSD), run `ranlib` manually on libxmltok.a.
If you're on Windows, you have to get the Cygnus tools, or wait for
ActiveState to come out with a binary.
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