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I want to know if i am doing things correctly and is XML::Compile really slow?

You appear to be doing things correctly ... if all the modules do what you want with the code you included

And yes, XML::Compile is probably that slow :) OTOH it does more than the other modules (and does it in perl code), so the slowness isn't unexpected


As the results have to be displayed to browser performance is a big issue.

Blah blah blah ... "loading data" spin cursors were invented for a reason :D

Please advice..

My advice (that I'm advising you with) is to try XML::Rules its XML::Simple on steriods :)

Also, profile your code (nytprof) to identify other bottlenecks :)

Also try XML::Hash::XS -- its libxml2+xs -- should be as fast as you can possibly get

See also

Good luck

In reply to Re: Is it wiser to move on from XML::Simple to XML::Compile ( XML::Hash::XS ) by Anonymous Monk
in thread Is it wiser to move on from XML::Simple to XML::Compile by mohan2monks

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