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MKDoc::XML - The MKDoc XML Toolkit
This is an article, not a module.
MKDoc is a web content management system written in Perl which focuses on standards compliance, accessiblity and usability issues, and multi-lingual websites.
At MKDoc Ltd we have decided to gradually break up our existing commercial software into a collection of completely independent, well-documented, well-tested open-source CPAN modules.
Ultimately we want MKDoc code to be a coherent collection of module distributions, yet each distribution should be usable and useful in itself.
MKDoc::XML is part of this effort.
You could help us and turn some of MKDoc's code into a CPAN module. You can take a look at the existing code at http://download.mkdoc.org/.
If you are interested in some functionality which you would like to see as a standalone CPAN module, send an email to <email@example.com>.
- MKDoc::XML is a low level XML library.
- MKDoc::XML::* modules do not make sure your XML is well-formed.
- MKDoc::XML::* modules can be used to work with somehow broken XML.
- MKDoc::XML::* modules should not be used as high-level parsers with general purpose XML unless you know what you're doing.
MKDoc::XML::Stripper objects removes unwanted markup from your XML / HTML data. Useful to remove all those nasty presentational tags or 'style' attributes from your XHTML data for example.
MKDoc::XML::Tagger module matches expressions in XML / XHTML documents and tag them appropriately. For example, you could automatically hyperlink certain glossary words or add <abbr> tags based on a dictionary of abbreviations and acronyms.
MKDoc::XML::Decode is a pluggable, configurable entity expander module which currently supports html entities, numerical entities and basic xml entities.
MKDoc::XML::Dumper serializes arbitrarily complex perl structures into XML strings. It is also able of doing the reverse operation, i.e. deserializing an XML string into a perl structure.
Copyright 2003 - MKDoc Holdings Ltd.
Author: Jean-Michel Hiver
This module is free software and is distributed under the same license as Perl itself. Use it at your own risk.
Petal: http://search.cpan.org/dist/Petal/ MKDoc: http://www.mkdoc.com/
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