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use XML::Rules; my $parser = XML::Rules->new( style => 'filter', rules => { Resource => sub {}, } ); $parser->filter(\*DATA); __DATA__ <root> <b>dgfdg</b> <Resource>delete</Resource> <c>ffgdfg<Resource>ddd</Resource>ddddd</c> </root>

See the docs if you want to filter a file and not a filehandle and write the result elsewhere than STDOUT.

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In reply to Re: Tomcat context.xml parsing using XML::SImple by Jenda
in thread Tomcat context.xml parsing using XML::SImple by jagadish1982

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