|$Data::DumpXML::INDENT||You can set the variable $Data::DumpXML::INDENT to control the amount of indenting. The variable contains the whitespace you want to be used for each level of indenting. The default is a single space. To suppress indenting, set it to "".|
|$Data::DumpXML::INDENT_STYLE||This variable controls where end element are placed. If you set this variable to the value Lisp then end tags are not prefixed by NL. This give a more compact output.|
|$Data::DumpXML::XML_DECL||This boolean variable controls whether an XML declaration should be prefixed to the output. The XML declaration is the <?xml ...?> thingy. The default is 1. Set this value to 0 to suppress the declaration.|
|$Data::DumpXML::NAMESPACE||This variable contains the namespace used for the XML elements. The default is to let this be a URI that actually resolve to the XML schema on CPAN. Set it to "" to disable use of namespaces.|
|$Data::DumpXML::NS_PREFIX||This variable contains the namespace prefix to use on the elements. The default is "", which means that a default namespace will be declared.|
|$Data::DumpXML::SCHEMA_LOCATION||This variable contains the location of the XML schema. If this variable is non-empty, then an xsi:schemaLocation attribute is added to the top level data element. The default is not to include this, as the location can be inferred from the default XML namespace used.|
|$Data::DumpXML::DTD_LOCATION||This variable contains the location of the DTD. If this variable is non-empty, then a <!DOCTYPE ...> is included in the output. The default is to point to the DTD on CPAN. Set it to "" to suppress the <!DOCTYPE ...> line.|
Class names with 8-bit characters are dumped as Latin-1, but converted to UTF-8 when restored by the Data::DumpXML::Parser.
The content of globs and subroutines are not dumped. They are restored as the strings ** glob ** and ** code **.
LVALUE and IO objects are not dumped at all. They simply disappear from the restored data structure.
The Data::DumpXML module is written by Gisle Aas <firstname.lastname@example.org>, based on Data::Dump.
Copyright 1998-2003 Gisle Aas. Copyright 1996-1998 Gurusamy Sarathy.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
|perl v5.20.3||DUMPXML (3)||2003-12-18|