Manual Reference Pages - XML::ELEMENTAL (3)
XML::Elemental - simplistic and perlish handling of XML
my $p = XML::Elemental->parser;
my $xml = <foo>There is a <helloworld/> in my soup.</foo>;
my $tree = $p->parse_string($xml);
XML::Elemental is a SAX-based package for easily parsing XML
documents into a more native and mostly object-oriented perl
The development of this package grew out of the desire for
something more object-oriented then XML::Simple and was
more simplistic and perlish then the various standard XML
API modules such as XML::DOM. Easier installation of
modules was also a contributing factor.
Original this package began as a style plugin to
XML::Parser. That proved to be too limiting that it was
expanded. With the release of version 2.0 the package was
refactored to take advantage of any parser supporting SAX
that includes the pure perl option that ships with
Instantiates and returns a SAX2 parser using
XML::Elemental::SAXHandler as its handler and thereby
inherits all the methods found in XML::SAX::Base.
The parser method can optionally take a hash reference containing
SAX options. The hash reference can also include document, element
and character class names to use during processing. The following
keys and their defaults are used:
Any class that supports the same method signatures as the
XML::Elemental default classes can be used.
XML::Simple, XML::DOM, XML::Handler::Trees
The software is released under the Artistic License. The
terms of the Artistic License are described at
AUTHOR & COPYRIGHT
Except where otherwise noted, XML::Elemental is Copyright
2004-2008, Timothy Appnel, email@example.com. All rights
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