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It is already covered here XML::Simple Benchmarks with various backends

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---------- perl ---------- Rate xmlcompile xmlsimpleExpatXS xmlsimpleParser xm +lbare xmlfast libxml xmlcompile 50.6/s -- -50% -65% + -97% -97% -97% xmlsimpleExpatXS 101/s 100% -- -30% + -94% -94% -94% xmlsimpleParser 144/s 186% 43% -- + -91% -92% -92% xmlbare 1632/s 3127% 1516% 1029% + -- -10% -11% xmlfast 1814/s 3487% 1696% 1156% + 11% -- -1% libxml 1835/s 3529% 1717% 1170% + 12% 1% -- Normal Termination Output completed (1 min 15 sec consumed).
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In reply to Re^2: Is it wiser to move on from XML::Simple to XML::Compile by mohan2monks
in thread Is it wiser to move on from XML::Simple to XML::Compile by mohan2monks

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