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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Maybe if it was easier to install more people would use it. I ended up writing XML::Validator::Schema largely because I didn't want to inflict the Xerces/C++ installation procedure on my users.

    -sam

    • Amen to that, and thanks for your good work.

      Was the XML::LibXML Schema support too experimental for the project you were working on, or just late coming?

      Again, thanks for your good work.

      -- dug
  • Currently Xerces is the only library that comes close handling the schema we have to deal with at work.

    No other options come close. Although Sam's looks nice (clear, well designed) and is well documented.

    Oddly I don't remember having any problems installing xerces on my redhat laptop, although one of my coworkers has had problems with debian (probably because stable/woody is so far behind current versions of most software)

    --

    @JAPH = qw(Hacker Perl Another Just);
    print reverse @JAPH;