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From: Dario Teixeira <darioteixeira@y...>
Subject: Re: Re : [Caml-list] Manipulating xml files withing ocaml
> PXP may be a better choice. It's harder at first, but
> not much and
> could be worth the five additionnal minutes required to
> learn it. It
> handles unicode and is still maintained (among others).

Indeed.  If you find yourself routinely having to deal with XML,
and if you need more advanced features such as validating very
complex DTDs, than learning PXP is well worth it (Xml-light
will choke on all but the simplest DTDs).

If you are doing heavy manipulation of XML and wished for a
more "native" support in the language, then take a look at
Cduce/Ocamlduce.

Finally, if you just need to parse a simple XML file and this
is a one-off event, then Xml-light is indeed the simplest option.

Cheers,
Dario Teixeira