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I bet it wouldn't be that tough to use the included visitor interface to serialize the tree. But you can ask stvn to see if he's already done something like this.

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In reply to Re: Re: Re: Recommended modules for Parent-Child trees? by lachoy
in thread Recommended modules for Parent-Child trees? by Hero Zzyzzx

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