XML is a standard for building tag-based structured documents/data.
Here are some key points about libxml: Well, bugs or missing features are always possible, and I will make a point of fixing them in a timely fashion.
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This module "libxslt" too can be found in the Gnome SVN base.
You can check the progresses on the libxslt Changelog.
The best way to report a bug is to use the Gnome bug tracking database (make sure to use the "libxml2" module name).
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