Is this a wishlist question? Whoo-hoo!

I wish...

  1. to never think about encoding again
  2. default namespaces would Do What I Mean
  3. for a DBD::XML::File, or somesuch, that works a little like DBD::CSV. Specify a directory for the database, a file (or files) for the table and treat XQL and XPath like SQL statements.
  4. for a DBD::XML::URI, or somesuch, that works a little like DBD::XML::File but has a nifty URI mechanism.

    --Solo

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    In reply to Re: is XML too hard? by Solo
    in thread is XML too hard? by thraxil

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