XML::Writer is a simple Perl module for writing XML documents: it
takes care of constructing markup and escaping data correctly, and by
default, it also performs a significant amount of well-formedness
checking on the output, to make certain (for example) that start and
end tags match, that there is exactly one document element, and that
there are not duplicate attribute names.
Here is an example
Revision history for Perl extension XML::Writer.
0.604 Thu Feb 21 00:42:06 GMT 2008 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Patch from Andreas Koenig for lc(undef) warning in 5.11 (#32874).
- Include example code.
0.603 Mon Jun 25 22:31:40 BST 2007 <email@example.com>
- Escape all necessary white space in attributes (#25499).
0.602 Sat Nov 11 16:54:22 GMT 2006 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Correctness. It's still possible to generate bad XML. Especially in
safe mode, checks on processing instructions, comments and DOCTYPE
declarations should be rigorously matched against the spec.
- Control over presentation. How much is too much? Entities vs. CDATA,
placement of namespace declarations, whitespace. How much control
should the user be given?
- Performance. Reducing the use of
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