We need to read smallish (few MB at the most, UTF-8 encoded) XML files, rummage around looking at various elements and attributes, perhaps modify a few and write the XML back out again to disk (preferably with nice, indented formatting).
What would be the best XML parser for my needs? There are lots to choose from. Some I'm aware of are:
If speed and memory is no problem, dom4j is a really good option. If you need speed, using a StAX parser like Woodstox is the right way, but you have to write more code to get things done and you have to get used to processing XML in streams.
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