XML::Compile::Translate::Template - create an XML or PERL example
XML::Compile::Translate::Template is a XML::Compile::Translate
my $schema = XML::Compile::Schema->new(...); print $schema->template(XML => $type, ...); print $schema->template(PERL => $type, ...); # script as wrapper for this module schema2example -f XML ...
The translator understands schemas, but does not encode that into actions. This module interprets the parse results of the translator, and creates a kind of abstract syntax tree from it, which can be used for documentational purposes. Then, it implements to ways to represent that knowledge: as an XML or a Perl example of the data-structure which the schema describes.
Extends "METHODS" in XML::Compile::Translate.
Extends "DETAILS" in XML::Compile::Translate.
Wildcards are not (yet) supported.
Hooks are implemented since version 0.82. They can be used to improve the template output.
None defined yet.
The predefined hook
COLLAPSE can be used to remove the extensive listing of some elements. Usually used with a type of which you know the structure or which is repeated often.
None defined yet.
Typemaps are currently only available to improve the PERL output.
You can pass
&function_name to indicate that the code reference with variable name
$function_name will be called. Mind the change of
$object_name is provided, then that object is an interface object, which will be called for the indicated type.
In case class name (any bareword will do) is specified, it is shown as a call to the
toXML() instance method call from some data object of the specified class.
This module is part of XML-Compile distribution version 1.53, built on July 16, 2016. Website: http://perl.overmeer.net/xml-compile/
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Copyrights 2006-2016 by [Mark Overmeer]. For other contributors see ChangeLog.
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