mading0 has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
I know that there are several cpan modules for XML parsing. I don't think my needs are so advanced that I need to spend much time on choosing one, I will probably use Simple, but I want to check first:
I am trying to parse an XML file for a certain element. If the value does not match my intended value, I want to delete that entire paragraph/hierarchy. I assume I need to parse to find what I want to keep, have perl extract it somewhere, then convert it back to XML. Does my logic sound right? If so, is XML::Simple the easiest tool for this?