XML::SAX::Expat::Incremental - XML::SAX::Expat subclass for non-blocking (incremental) parsing, with "XML::Parser::ExpatNB Methods" in XML::Parser::ExpatNB|XML::Parser::Expat.
Most XML parsers give a callback interface within an encapsulated loop. That is, you call $p->parse_whatever($whatever); And eventually, when $whatever is depleted by the parser, "$p->parse" will return. Sometimes you don't want the parser to control...NUFFIN/XML-SAX-Expat-Incremental-0.05 - 18 Sep 2007 04:58:16 UTC
XML::SAX::ExpatNB - A nonblocking filehandle oriented XML::SAX parser, and a namespace consistency link, from XML::Parser::ExpatNB to XML::SAX::Expat::Incremental.
XML::Parser::Expat has a variation, called XML::Parser::ExpatNB which is rather stupidly named, IMHO. It's a useful module, though, and in case you got here from there looking for an XML::SAX based wrapper for it, then one exists, but is not named XM...NUFFIN/XML-SAX-ExpatNB-0.01 - 08 Jan 2005 23:49:10 UTC
XML::TiePYX - Read or write XML data in PYX format via tied filehandle
XML::TiePYX lets you use a tied filehandle to read from or write to an XML file or string. PYX is a line-oriented, parsed representation of XML developed by Sean McGrath (http://www.pyxie.org). Each line corresponds to one "event" in the XML, with th...EBOHLMAN/XML-TiePYX-0.05 - 01 Jun 2001 11:26:45 UTC
XML::Filter::Dispatcher - Path based event dispatching with DOM support
WARNING: Beta code alert. A SAX2 filter that dispatches SAX events based on "EventPath" patterns as the SAX events arrive. The SAX events are not buffered or converted to an in-memory document representation like a DOM tree. This provides for low lag...RBS/XML-Filter-Dispatcher-0.52 - 04 Jun 2003 20:15:21 UTC