XML::RDDL - Interface to RDDL (http://www.rddl.org/)
use XML::RDDL; use MySAX2Driver; my $handler = XML::RDDL->new( default_lang => 'en', default_base_uri => 'http://foo/doc.xml', ); my $driver = MySAX2Driver->new(Handler => $handler); my $rddl = $driver->parse($some_rddl);
RDDL (Resource Directory Description Language) is an XML vocabulary used to described resources associated with a namespace. It can be embedded inside other XML vocabularies (most frequently XHTML).
This module is meant to be used as a SAX2 handler that will return a Directory instance containing all resource descriptions at the end of the parse.
Creates an XML::RDDL instance which is a SAX2 handler. The options are:
- default_lang the default language (as described in an xml:lang attribute) to be used. It is recommended that this be used if you want to have multilingual resources and your document doesn't contain sufficient xml:lang attributes. - default_base_uri the default base URI (as described in an xml:base attribute) to be used (principally in xlink:href resolution). It is recommended that this be used if you want to resolve the xlink:hrefs and the document doesn't contain the appropriate xml:base attributes.
Robin Berjon, email@example.com
Copyright (c) 2001-2002 Robin Berjon. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.