Convert XML data into a predefined Perl data structure and back
The XML::Structured module provides a way to convert XML data into a predefined Perl data structure and back to XML. Unlike with modules like XML::Simple it is an error if the XML data does not match the provided skeleton (the "dtd"). Another advantage is that the order of the attributes and elements is taken from the dtd when converting back to XML.
Debian: Mike Gabriel <email@example.com>
4 October 2014
License: artistic or gpl-1+
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