in reply to XML::XPath examples?
Matts own documents say to read the test files for examples. He also suggests the the Perl-XML mailing list.
While it's not quite what you asked, XML::LibXML can also process XPath and it's a lot faster, and under active devlopment at the moment. It's libxml2 based so not for everyone.
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