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Re: TwigHandlers not always called?

by mirod (Canon)
on Jul 12, 2013 at 05:10 UTC ( #1043875=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to TwigHandlers not always called?

I don't see anything obvious at first glance, so we'll need to dig a little further.

Could you provide a test case that we could run? It would be best if it includes the smallest code that triggers the problem, input data and expected output. This way we can reproduce the problem, and see if we can fix it (actually my real hope is that while creating the test case you figure out what the problem is, it has happened to me more than once ;--)

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Re^2: TwigHandlers not always called?
by BenHopkins (Sexton) on Jul 13, 2013 at 01:04 UTC
    Oops. Why there's a bullet in my foot! AND there's a gun in my hand! Sorry to bother you, I did it to myself. Found the problem by trying to boil down a big, complicated program into the small test cases you requested, so I guess you did help fix the problem, even though it was not caused by you.

    XML::Twig is robust and dependable.

      Glad I could help ;--)

      There are (still!) bugs in XML::Twig though, not to mention quirks that are worth asking about. So don't feel bad about asking for help.

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