PerlPoint::Tags::XML - PerlPoint tag set used by pp2sdf
This manual describes version 0.01.
# declare tags used by pp2sdf use PerlPoint::Tags::XML;
This module declares PerlPoint tags used by XML converters. Tag declarations are used by the parser to determine if a used tag is valid, if it needs options, if it needs a body and so on. Please see \PerlPoint::Tags for a detailed description of tag declaration.
Every PerlPoint translator willing to handle the tags of this module can declare this by using the module in the scope where it built the parser object.
# declare basic tags use PerlPoint::Tags::XML; # load parser module use PerlPoint::Parser; ... # build parser my $parser=new PerlPoint::Parser(...); ...
PerlPoint::Tags::XML declares all the tags of PerlPoint::Tags::Basic.
Additionally, the PerlPoint::Tags::HTML tags
SUP and \
SUB tags are supported. XML converters might interprete them slightly different to
pp2html. Please read the \
PerlPoint::Tags::HTML documentation for details.
No sets are currently defined.
The tag declaration base "class".
Basic tags imported by PerlPoint::Tags::XML.
which declares the original
SUB tags. (For now, these tags are copied to here for convenience of installation, but this might be changed back to an import in the future.)
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