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Re: LibXML version

by sundialsvc4 (Abbot)
on Nov 25, 2013 at 16:41 UTC ( #1064241=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to LibXML version

Another way to say it:   “What is the thing that is blocking you right now?”   What is it, exactly, that is keeping you from getting where you want to go?

For instance:

  • I don’t know what version of the Perl library is installed.
  • I don’t know what version of (say ...) is being accessed by Perl through that library.
  • Perl is accessing an older version (of either or both) than the one I know I need to use to do this.
  • I need to update either or both of those things to a later version, but don’t know how to do it and/or don’t think that I have the system authority to do it.
  • There is “a specific XML thing” ... <blah blah blah> ... that I am trying to do right now, and I am assuming (or, I positively know) that I must update something in order to do it.

Please clarify, and we will be pleased to help you if we can.

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Re^2: LibXML version
by sathya83aa (Acolyte) on Nov 26, 2013 at 07:44 UTC

    Hi sundialsvc4

    Yes, I want to know the version of LibXML that has been installed in Perl. I want to use some of the functions in LibXML but I'm getting error stating Can't find ****. So my guess was I'm using an older version which does not have the features which im trying to use.

    So I want to know the version of the Perl as well LibXML installed in my AIX server.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Sathya V.

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