ts wrote:

 >  Look in the distribution of rexml, you have
 >
bench.rb [...] nqxml_bench.rb [...] flatbench.rb [...] nqxml_flatbench.rb

Thanks, but I'm trying to achive the same task my NQXML program carries 
out (merging 2 subtrees into one main tree) with REXML. I'm not 
interested in benchmarks, but in seeing how REXML works for my tasks, 
ease of use-, elegance-, and well-formedness- wise, not speed wise. Or 
did I miss your point?

Tobi


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