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Wait, are you saying I need to create a new XML::LibXML::XPathContext object for each node as I loop through them?!

I modified my code in the following way:

# Parse items foreach my $item ($xml->findnodes('/x:ItemLookupResponse/x:Items/x:Ite +m', $parser)){ my $item_xml = XML::LibXML::XPathContext->new($item); $item_xml->registerNs('x', ' +CommerceService/2013-08-01'); print $item_xml->findvalue('x:ASIN'), "\n"; print $item_xml->findnodes('x:ASIN')->shift->textContent, "\n" +; }

And bingo!


Oy vey! Wouldn't it be much more convenient if a XML::LibXML::XPathContext object calling the findnodes() method returned another XML::LibXML::XPathContext object, rather than a XML::LibXML::Node or XML::LibXML::Element object?

I haven't pulled this much hair in one day for a coding-related reason IN YEARS.

In reply to Re^2: XML::LibXML drives me to drinking by tunafish
in thread XML::LibXML drives me to drinking by tunafish

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