Here you can unmarshal to a map[string]interface{} value or an intermediate
tree. You've then just got to write a marshaler.
- https://github.com/clbanning/x2j
On Wednesday, January 30, 2013 3:27:05 PM UTC-6, Robert Johnstone wrote:

There are two (incomplete) Go package for managing XML using DOM.

- http://bitbucket.org/rj/xmldom-go/
- http://code.google.com/p/godom/

They may (or may not) provide the functionality you need.

On Tuesday, 29 January 2013 07:07:53 UTC-5, axe wrote:


I met a problem about modification with a node in a unknown-size XML
file. e.g., I have such a XML

<string name="group">golang-nuts</string>
<string name="purpose">go language</string>

Now I want to find the node with name="porpose" and change it to
'golang'. However I just know how to marshal or unmarshal the xml. How can
i find the node then modify it and save the new data to xml? In case I only
use standard go pkgs.
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