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As alternative to XML::Rules, there also is XML::Twig, which basically is the same but a little different. It requires XML::Parser as prerequisite.

If you want to see all the Xpath expressions that occur in an XML file, here's a program I use to find the structure of an XML file in absence of an XSD:

#!perl use strict; use XML::Twig; my %path; sub handle_tag { my( $twig )= @_; my $tag= $_; my $path= $tag->path( ); print $path, "\n" unless $path{ $path }++; $tag->purge; }; my $twig=XML::Twig->new( twig_handlers => { _all_ => \&handle_tag, }, ); $twig->parsefile( $ARGV[0] ); print "\n-------\n\n"; for my $k (sort keys %path) { print "$k\t$path{ $k }\n"; };

In reply to Re: Easy XML-parser that can handle large file? by Corion
in thread Easy XML-parser that can handle large file? by DreamT

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