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TeeJay (2309)

TeeJay
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Working in Truro
Graduate with BSc (Hons) in Computer Systems and Networks
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Friday December 10, 2004
05:57 AM

XML::Twig and MySQL Query Browser

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Two pieces of software have made me happy this week.

XML::Twig is a marvellous tool, and makes me wonder why anybody would ever use SAX. I get pretty much all the benefits of SAX with neither the runtime or developer cost. I can even simplify small chunks of the DOM tree to XML::Simple style data structures. It rocks and I love it.

I just downloaded the mysql query browser from the mysql website and have it running on win XP workstation on my desk (next to my linux laptop). Its rather nice. It is nearly an equal to Tora for mysql, but I haven't really pushed it yet.

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