Perl module to produce DOCTYPE-based XML output
XML::AutoWriter provides a framework for producing DOCTYPE-based XML output. It provides several convenient ways to work with these files. XML::Doctype parses Document Type Definitions (DTDs) and allows them to be saved as Perl Module (.pm) files and loaded whenever necessary. In this way, you can package your DTDs with XML tools so that XML::Parser (libxml-parser-perl) need not be installed. XML::ValidWriter uses the XML::Doctype to enable compile- and run- time checks of XML output validity. XML::AutoWriter provides similar features to XML::ValidWriter, but also provides automatic start and end tag generation. Together, all of these modules facilitate a powerful and minimalistic method of working with XML files.
Debian: Niko Tyni <email@example.com>
17 September 2014
License: artistic or gpl-1+
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