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The Libxml-Ruby project provides Ruby language bindings for the GNOME Libxml2 XML toolkit. It is free software, released under the MIT License. Libxml-ruby's primary advantage over REXML is performance - if speed is your need, these are good libraries to consider, as demonstrated by the informal benchmark below.
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