eXcavator is an XML query processing class for PHP. Queries are constructed using a small query language, and query results are returned as either loosely formed or strict XML, in formats suitable for both text and HTML. One of eXcavator's most useful features is its facility to insert query results into user-defined templates, which allow for a free interpolation of user text and the data extracted by the query. It runs on top of XML_PullParser, but uses a completely independent API. However, it does offer opportunities to use the facilities of both packages side by side for programmers familiar with both.
released on 2 November 2006
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