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libxml-rsslite-perl Lightweight, "relaxed" RSS (and XML-ish) parser
Installed size 76
Maintainer Ernesto Hernández-Novich <emhn@telcel.net.ve>
Architecture all
Version 0.11-1
Depends perl (>= 5.6.0-16)
Suggests libuconv-ruby1.8
File name pool/main/libx/libxml-rsslite-perl/libxml-rsslite-perl_0.11-1_all.deb
Description XML::RSSLite attempts to extract the maximum amount of content from available documents, and is less concerned with XML compliance than alternatives. Rather than rely on XML::Parser, it uses heuristics and good old-fashioned Perl regular expressions. It stores the data in a simple hash structure, and "aliases" certain tags so that when done, you can count on having the minimal data necessary for re-constructing a valid RSS file. This means you get the basic title, description, and link for a channel and its items. . This module extracts more usable links by parsing "scriptingNews" and "weblog" formats in addition to RDF & RSS. It also "sanitizes" the output for best results.

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