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By default, the module performs several well-formedness checks to catch errors during output. This behaviour can be extremely useful during development and debugging, but it can be turned off for production-grade code.
The module can operate either in regular mode in or Namespace processing mode. In Namespace mode, the module will generate Namespace Declarations itself, and will perform additional checks on the output.
Additional support is available for a simplified data mode with no mixed content: newlines are automatically inserted around elements and elements can optionally be indented based as their nesting level.
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 more»
Writer(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation Writer(3) NAME XML::Writer - Perl extension for writing XML documents. SYNOPSIS use XML::Writer; use IO; my $output = new IO::File(">output.xml"); my $writer = new XML::Writer(OUTPUT => $output); $writer->startTag("greeting", "class" => "simple"); more»
libxml-writer-perl (0.4-5) unstable; urgency=low * debian/control: upgraded to Debian Policy 3.5.6 -- Ardo van Rangelrooij <email@example.com> Sun, 23 Dec 2001 21:53:56 -0600 libxml-writer-perl (0.4-4) unstable; urgency=low * debian/control: upgraded to Debian Policy 3.5.5 * debian/control: upgraded to Debian Perl Policy 1.20 -- Ardo van Rangelrooij <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sun, 2 Sep 2001 more»
Revision history for Perl extension XML::Writer. 0.4 Tue Apr 4 21:59:51 EDT 2000 - added support more»
This package was debianized by Stevie Strickland <email@example.com> on Thu, 27 May, 1999, more»