Task::Kensho::XML - A Glimpse at an Enlightened Perl: XML Development
> cpanm --interactive Task::Kensho::XML
Kenshō (見性) (C. Wu) is a Japanese term for enlightenment experiences - most commonly used within the confines of Zen Buddhism - literally meaning "seeing one's nature" or "true self." It generally "refers to the realization of nonduality of subject and object."
Task::Kensho is a list of recommended modules for Enlightened Perl development. CPAN is wonderful, but there are too many wheels and you have to pick and choose amongst the various competing technologies.
The plan is for Task::Kensho to be a rough testing ground for ideas that go into among other things the Enlightened Perl Organisation Extended Core (EPO-EC).
The modules that are bundled by Task::Kensho are broken down into several categories and are still being considered. They are all taken from various top 100 most used perl modules lists and from discussions with various subject matter experts in the Perl Community. That said, this bundle does not follow the guidelines established for the EPO-EC for peer review via industry advisers.
When installing Task::Kensho itself, you will be asked to install each sub-task in turn, or you can install individual tasks separately. These individual tasks will always install all their modules by default. This facilitates the ease and simplicity the distribution aims to achieve.
An RDF Framework for Perl
Perl extension for generating SAX2 events from nested Perl data structures.
Perl Binding for libxml2
Interface to the gnome libxslt library
Simple/Streaming API for XML
Output XML from SAX2 Events
Since version 0.34, Task::Kensho has made use of the
optional_features field in distribution metadata. This allows CPAN clients to interact with you regarding which modules you wish to install.
cpanm client requires interactive mode to be enabled for this to work:
cpanm --interactive Task::Kensho::XML
This list is by no means comprehensive of the "Good" Modules on CPAN. Nor is this necessarily the correct path for all developers. Each of these modules has a perfectly acceptable replacement that may work better for you. This is however a path to good perl practice, and a starting place on the road to Enlightened Perl programming.
Please report any bugs or feature requests to https://github.com/EnlightenedPerlOrganisation/task-kensho/issues.
Chris Prather <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is copyright (c) 2008 by Chris Prather.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.