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Your module looks very nice indeed, it is very compatible with XML::Simple, and very easy to use.

I just have one comment: with warnings on, it keeps complaininig. That's a big problem, as it basically forces the user to turn them off.

The 2 main kinds of warning:

Scalar value @stat[3] better written as $stat[3] at /usr/lib/perl5/sit +e_perl/5.8.0/XML/ line 346-425 Use of uninitialized value in pattern match (m//) at /usr/lib/perl5/si +te_perl/5.8.0/XML/Smart/ line 229.

If you could get rid of those, that would be a great improvement.

In reply to Re: ANNOUNCE: XML::Smart 1.0 by mirod
in thread ANNOUNCE: XML::Smart 1.0 by gmpassos

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