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NAME

XML::TinyXML::Selector - Tinyxml Selector base class

SYNOPSIS

      use XML::TinyXML;
      use XML::TinyXML::Selector;
    
      # first obtain an xml context:
      $xml = XML::TinyXML->new("rootnode", param => "somevalue", attrs => { attr1 => "v1", attr2 => "v2" });
      $selector = XML::TinyXML::Selector->new($xml, "XPath"); # create an xpath selector;
    
      my @attributes = $selector->select("attribute::*");
      or
      my $attr2 = $selector->select("attribute::attr2");
    
      # Check XML::TinyXML::Selector::XPath documentation for more xpath-specific examples

DESCRIPTION

Selector base class

INSTANCE VARIABLES

METHODS

  • new ($xml, $type, %args)

    Creates a new XML::TinyXML::Selector::$type object.

    $xml must be a valid XML::TinyXML instance $type must be a known selector $type %args will be passed to the specific selector initializer (for instance to XML::TinyXML::Selector::XPath if using the xpath selector)

    Returns a valid XML::TinyXML::Node object Returns undef is $type is not known or if $xml is not a valid instance

SEE ALSO

    XML::TinyXML

AUTHOR

xant, <xant@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright (C) 2008-2010 by xant

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.8 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.