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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • This might be a failure of the Perl core, though. Maybe it should detect a return value in void context and just skip it.
    • The return value of the handler is probably handled in C by XML::Parser, so it might be an XML::Parser problem. Or the interaction between the Perl core and XML::Parser... or maybe an expat problem. I don't really know at this point, I am just happy I found a solution.
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      mirod
      • So does this mean that XML::Twig will be getting significantly faster now?
        • So does this mean that XML::Twig will be getting significantly faster now?
          I hoped so, but the tests I have ran don't show any improvement. It looks like "big element split in many lines" is really a corner case, and that in general not returning anything from the handler doesn't help that much. :--(
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          mirod