On Sun, 2005-02-06 at 08:00 +1300, Grant McLean wrote:
On Sat, 2005-02-05 at 19:49 +0100, A. Pagaltzis wrote:
I'd suggest trying XML::LibXML before you finalize your decision to stick with XML::ParserI'd second that suggestion. The Perl-XML FAQ explains that these days pretty mush everything that XML::Parser can do is done better by XML::LibXML or XML::SAX:
Points taken. Thanks! Attached is an XML::LibXML version of Gtk2::Ex::MarkupTextBuffer. Interesting point brought up in IRC earlier: <irc channel="irc.gnome.org#gtk-perl"> <muppet> kck: it looks like pango_parse_markup isn't too hard to bind, and PangoAttributes hold the info you need to turn markup into tags... but the attributes are not bound and are not fun to bind. <kck> It's all good. I've just learned how to use XML::Parser and XML::LibXML. <kck> meaning bind it or not I gained something from the experience <muppet> cool </irc> Question stands then; do I submit the module to CPAN/gtk2-perl-ex.sf.net or just use it locally until the bindings are done? (Maybe make a note in the POD that it'll be deprecated at some point and that it's only a "for now" module?) -- Kevin C. Krinke <kckrinke opendoorsoftware com> Open Door Software Inc.