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Tuesday May 07, 2002
11:12 PM

Don't Fear the Man with the Rubber Glove

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On the Perl front - more XML. I can parse simple XML files, but this one's complex with a loose structure. So after trying to get my hands around XML::Parser's tree mode, I'm now looking at XML::DOM (scary) and XML::Twig (sorta scary, but lots of examples).

On the management front - spinning my wheels.

On the home front - damn skunks have invaded my porch. I built a one-way screen to allow them out but not in, lest I end up with dead skunks under the porch.

Behind the home front - seems there's a physical reason why it's been hurting when I sit for long periods. Time to visit the doctor and have a "look".

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  • Have a look at XML::SAX for XML processing. For some things it may not be as convenient as other modules, but for a lot of things it's just the ticket. In particular where you have several different processes you wish to apply to the XML, it's great.

    Also, there are lots of new modules that use it.