Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 172331
Review Request: perl-XML-DOM
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:16 EST
This is a Perl extension to XML::Parser. It adds a new 'Style' to
XML::Parser, called 'Dom', that allows XML::Parser to build an Object
Oriented datastructure with a DOM Level 1 compliant interface. For a
description of the DOM (Document Object Model), see
For FC5+ only, this is part 2/3 of the replacements of the former (but still needed) perl-libxml-enno package, see bug 128879.
As with XML-RegExp, tested on FC4 only, but ... can't spot anything justifying
to withhold this package.
I think, I understand why this package "Obsoletes: perl-libxml-enno <= 1.02",
but is this Obsoletes really necessary?
FC4's perl-libxml-enno provides perl(XML::DOM) = 1.27, while this package
provides perl(XML::DOM) = 1.44. Unless I'm mistaken, as perl-libxml-enno will
continue to exist in FC5, when releasing a perl-libxml-enno package w/o XML-DOM
removed simultaneously with this perl-XML-DOM package should suffice.
Thanks, imported and built.
Note that perl-libxml-enno has already been dropped from FC5 and is dead
upstream; I've submitted the three packages (XML-RegExp, XML-DOM, XML-XQL)
that are needed in order to not break dependencies in FE5. The full list of
libxml-enno replacement CPAN distributions is in bug 128879 comment 2.