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Re: Best XML DOM XPath XSL tools

by ajt (Prior)
on Jan 28, 2006 at 15:15 UTC ( #526172=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Best XML DOM XPath XSL tools

This is a common question, going back a long way. With Perl you can use several modules, some are built on the old and well known Expat parser engine, others are built on the more modern LibXML2 or Apache's Xerces XML tools. I personally perfer tools built on the very fast LibXML2 and LibXSLT libraries, XML::LibXML and XML::LibXSLT.

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[Spenser]: It's a stripped down version on a NAS device.
[Spenser]: It's frustrating
[Spenser]: Perl 5.10.0
[Spenser]: It uses opkg to install software
[choroba]: 5.10.1 would be much better
[shmem]: there are so many ways thinkable to fix that situation, some feasible and some not, that I'm unable to give good advice.
[Spenser]: I installed 5.22 with opkg. I can use it with cpan. I'm actually trying to install perl-DBD-mysql, but couldn't with it. So I went back to the factory version, 5.10.
[Spenser]: So, nevermind about CPAN. I give up on the downgraded angle. I'm back to fighting to install DBD.
[shmem]: please open a SoPW. At what point is the perl-DBD-mysql installation failing?
[shmem]: do you have the mysqlclient libs on that device, for instance?

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