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diff --git a/lib/xmlrpc.rb b/lib/xmlrpc.rb
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+++ b/lib/xmlrpc.rb
@@ -53,9 +53,19 @@
#
# * Parsers
# * NQXML (XMLParser::NQXMLStreamParser, XMLParser::NQXMLTreeParser)
+# * Not compiled (pure ruby)
+# * Note: NQXML's website recommends rexml and isn't available on rubygems.org
+# * See http://nqxml.sourceforge.net/
# * Expat (XMLParser::XMLStreamParser, XMLParser::XMLTreeParser)
+# * Compiled
+# * Fastest parser and also uses the least memory
+# * See https://rubygems.org/gems/xmlparser
# * REXML (XMLParser::REXMLStreamParser)
+# * Not compiled (pure ruby)
+# * See ruby standard library
# * xml-scan (XMLParser::XMLScanStreamParser)
+# * Not compiled (pure ruby)
+# * See https://rubygems.org/gems/xmlscan
# * Fastest parser is Expat's XMLParser::XMLStreamParser!
#
# * General
@@ -292,7 +302,7 @@
# # ...
#
#
-# Note that XMLParser::XMLStreamParser is incredible faster (and uses less memory) than any
+# Note XMLParser::XMLStreamParser (xmlparser gem) is faster and uses less memory than any
# other parser and scales well for large documents. For example for a 0.5 MB XML
# document with many tags, XMLParser::XMLStreamParser is ~350 (!) times faster than
# XMLParser::NQXMLTreeParser and still ~18 times as fast as XMLParser::XMLTreeParser.