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I am doing some server side coding with JavaScript (node.js) and I would like to write valid xml.



I found two libs, but I am sure there are more/better!?





Requirements: open source (for commercial usage)



Would be cool if the project is fast, small and simple to use (in that order). And I would like to have a bit lower level access ala



doc.addElement('xy').addAttr('name', 'bob');

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There are a number of XML libraries for node.js listed at http://github.com/ry/node/wiki/modules#parsers-xml



If memory serves, the one that has the most traction is http://github.com/polotek/libxmljs, which appears to be MIT licensed.


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