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Date: 2009-03-17 (16:25)
From: Michael Ekstrand <michael@e...>
Subject: Re: Re : Re: XML output
Matthieu Wipliez <> writes:
> Yet another solution is Xmlm by Daniel B√ľnzli.
> This is probably the easiest and lightweight solution: Xmlm comes as a
> single module and its interface, and it's BSD so you can just
> copy/paste it into your project.

I second the xmlm suggestion.  Polling event-based parsing is very slick
and maps well into the functional paradigm, and its XML writing support
(generating a stream of events identical to those you read) makes
generation quite intuitive and reliable.

- Michael

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