But what about doing XSLT transformation? I see that there's XML::XSLT, but that doesn't seem to be quite feature-complete.
Now, that's a simple truth and it's really a pity. I wrote a small scale XML webpublishing system and I still need to rely on Saxon be installed. Fact is: Saxon is pretty good software, it's almost fully compliant to the XSLT standard and ... it's Java software. Makes me sad in a way to see that the perl community is far behind the java community in this case.
So, for the moment I recommend
I can work with it, but it's not perl :(
you begin bashing the string with a +42 regexp of confusion
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