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libxml-filter-detectws-perl Perl module for detecting ignorable whitespace
Installed size 76
Maintainer Jay Bonci <jaybonci@debian.org>
Architecture all
Version 0.01-6
Depends perl (>= 5.6.0-16), libxml-filter-saxt-perl
Suggests libcompress-zlib-perl
File name pool/main/libx/libxml-filter-detectws-perl/libxml-filter-detectws-perl_0.01-6_all.deb
Description This module is a PerlSAX filter that detects which character data contains ignorable whitespace and optionally filters it. . The XML spec defines ignorable whitespace as the character data found in elements that were defined in an declaration with a model of 'EMPTY' or 'Children' (Children is the rule that does not contain '#PCDATA'). . In addition, XML::Filter::DetectWS allows the user to define other whitespace to be ignorable. The ignorable whitespace is passed to the PerlSAX Handler with the ignorable_whitespace handler, provided that the Handler implements this method. Otherwise it is passed to the characters handler. If the SkipIgnorableWS is set, the ignorable whitespace is simply discarded. XML::Filter::DetectWS also takes xml:space attributes into account. . CDATA sections are passed in the standard PerlSAX way (i.e. with surrounding start_cdata and end_cdata events), unless the Handler does not implement these methods. In that case, the CDATA section is simply passed to the characters method.

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