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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Not sure of any other XPath-on-streams freaks, let me know of any.

    Will take a look at that toolkit when next I dive in to EventPath implementation (see XML::Filter::Dispatcher [cpan.org] for that, those of you interested in streaming XPath implementations).

    Thanks for the pointer.

    - Barrie

    • Hand raised, waving frantically

      It has been in my todo list for ever... maybe between ripping the XPAth grammar from XML::Filter::Dispatcher and this I can write something really cool for XML::Twig.

      I'd bet on you getting there first though ;--(

      --
      mirod
      • Couldn't you go at it the lazy way and build that Twig functionality layered over XFD?

        --

        -- Robin Berjon [berjon.com]

        • Here's how X::F::D does its pale immitation of TWIG-like things:

             '/*/b' => [ 'hash()'   => sub { use BFD; d xvalue } ],
             '/*/c' => [ 'struct()' => sub { use BFD; d xvalue } ],

          Those two will print out hashes (returned by xvalue()) for each <b> and <c> in the root element. Mind you, this isn't meant to look pretty or replace XML::TWIG, it's meant to provide limited TWIG-like functionality in the X::F::D environment so you can conveniently slurp a tw