This module provides a pure Perl XML parser. Unlink XML::Parser it does not require any external libraries or modules. The parse subroutine accepts a string of xml (not a filename), and the toHash function builds the xml into a hash structure much like that in XML::Simple.
In our previous post we have explained how to process a file in XML format using the XML::Simple module from CPAN. However, that module works by reading the whole file in memory. This is not suitable if the file to be processed is large and the RAM memory resources available are limited.
This series is a guide to those who need a quick XML-and-Perl solution. Part 1 looked at XML::Simple, a tool to integrate XML into a Perl application. This second article in the series introduces the Perl programmer to the two major schools of XML parsing: tree parsing and event-driven parsing.
I'm trying to install the XML::Parser perl module using CPAN and can't get it to work. Below is the output that is being displayed by CPAN which appears to indicate that Expat is the issue. Geting this installed is critical for us and I'm at a loss as to what to do next.
Hello forum, I am having problems to write a bash script. I am trying to get some information from a web page, I want to format it to XMLTV.. Hello I want to write an xml- parser with perl an i use the libary XML::LibXML. I have a problem with the command getElementsByTagName.
Parsing text files is one of the reasons Perl makes a great data mining and scripting tool. As you'll see below, Perl can be used to basically reformat a group of text. If you look down at the first chunk of text and then the last part at the bottom of the page, you can see that the code in the middle is what transforms the first set into the second.
In this month's Perl and XML column, Kip Hampton reviews the state of the Perl-XML world as displayed at O'Reilly's Open Source Convention. (Aug. 21, 2002) XSH, An XML Editing Shell In this month's Perl and XML column, Kip Hampton introduces XSH, an XML editing shell, which Kip suggests should become a part of your XML tool kit.
Anybody can write an XML parser in Perl. After all, youre merely processing text that comes in an expected format. But since the XML::Parser module is written in C, it's much more efficient than any purely Perl implementation you could come up with.