[Chicago-talk] XMLout hash key that was not a legal XML element name
briank at kappacs.com
Tue Sep 4 07:50:15 PDT 2007
Tiger et al,
I don't know if it will help, but I have a light-weight, unpublished
module called Parse::XMLLite that may be more forgiving and can easily
be made to be even more forgiving if needed. It creates a DOM-like parse
tree using maybe half a dozen regexs for parsing and it's only
dependency is Exporter.
If you (or anybody else) would like a copy, let me know and I'll be
happy to send it along.
tiger peng wrote:
> I am trying to use XML::Simple to dump data in XML format. However, as
> the data are dynamically created, the hash keys may contain illegal XML
> element names and the result files may be not well-formated XML files.
> Also, the data structures may vary, so it is not easy to traverse the
> data to check and handle the illegal keys. Are there any modules and/or
> approaches are good for handling this kind of requirement?
> Any suggestions are appreciated,
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