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Fri, 26 Jan 2007

XML::Tiny released

I have released my XML::Tiny module. The parser at its core is less than twenty lines of code. Pretty easy to follow code too, I think, and that also includes error handling. One of my aims in writing it was to keep memory usage and code to the absolute minimum, so it doesn't handle all of XML. The documentation says that it supports "a useful subset of XML". Personally, I think it supports the useful subset. It's certainly enough to parse the data I get back from Amazon when I use their web services, and to parse an RSS feed.

Posted at 21:55 by David Cantrell
keywords: geeky | hacking | perl
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Yay. You should be canonified for that (as in made a saint, as opposed to fired from a cannon, which is what should happen to the people who invented XML).

Posted by Richard Fairhurst on Sun, 4 Feb 2007 at 15:35:22


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