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NAME ^

XML::Filter::Dispatcher::Compiler - Compile rulesets in to code

SYNOPSIS ^

    use XML::Filter::Dispatcher::Compiler qw( xinline );

    my $c = XML::Filter::Dispatcher::Compiler->new( ... )

    my $code = $c->compile(
        Package     => "My::Filter",
        Rules       => [
            'a/b/c'     => xinline q{warn "found a/b/c"},
        ],
        Output      => "lib/My/Filter.pm",  ## optional
    );

DESCRIPTION ^

Most of the options from XML::Filter::Dispatcher are accepted.

NOTE: you cannot pass code references to compile() if you want to write the $code to disk, they will not survive. If you want to eval $code, this is ok.

METHODS ^

xinline

Hints to X::F::D that the string is inlinable code. This is a requirement when using the compiler and is so far (v.52) ignored elswhere. In xinlined code, $self refers to the current dispatcher and $e refers to the current event's data. Or you can get that yourself in $_[0] and $_[1] as in a normal SAX event handling method.

compile

Accepts options that extend and override any previously set for the duration of the compile(), including the ruleset to compile.

LIMITATIONS ^

COPYRIGHT ^

    Copyright 2003, R. Barrie Slaymaker, Jr., All Rights Reserved

LICENSE ^

You may use this module under the terms of the BSD, Artistic, or GPL licenses, any version.

AUTHOR ^

Barrie Slaymaker <barries@slaysys.com>

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