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Module Version: v0.3.1   Source   Latest Release: XML-XSS-0.3.4

NAME ^

XML::XSS::Element - XML::XSS element stylesheet rule

VERSION ^

version 0.3.1

SYNOPSIS ^

    use XML::XSS;

    my $xss = XML::XSS->new;

    my $elt_style = $xss->element( 'foo' );

    $elt_style->set_pre( ">>>" );
    $elt_style->set_post( "<<<" );

    print $xss->render( '<doc><foo>yadah yadah</foo></doc>' );

DESCRIPTION ^

A XML::XSS rule that matches against the element nodes of the xml document to be rendered.

RENDERING ATTRIBUTES ^

For a given element 'foo', the displayed attributes follows the template:

    pre
    <foo>
    intro
    content
    prechildren
    prechild
    [child node]
    postchild
    postchildren
    extro
    </foo>
    post

process

If it resolves to false, skip the element (and its children) altogether.

    # don't show the tag if it doesn't have any child nodes
    $xss->set( foo => {
        process => sub {
            my ( $self, $node, $args ) = @_;
            return $node->childNodes->size > 0;
        }
    } );

As it's always the first attribute to be evaluated, it can also be used to set up the other rendering attributes.

    $xss->set( '*' => {
        process => sub {
            my ( $self, $node, $args ) = @_;
            my $time = time();

            $self->set( showtag => 1 );
            $self->set( 'pre' => "\n>>> ". localtime . "\n" );
            $self->set( 'post' => sub { "\n>>> took " . (time-$time) . "seconds\n"; } );

            return 1;
        }
    } );

get_process()

Attribute getter.

set_process( $process )

Attribute setter.

pre

Printed before the element opening tag position.

showtag

If set to a true value, the open and closing tags of the xml element are printed out, if not, they are omited.

showtag defaults to true unless either the attribute pre or content is defined. This exception is to accomodate the common use of pre to replace the tags with something else, or when content is used to provide a templated replacement for the element.

    $css->set( 'subsection' => { 
        pre  => '<section level="2">',
        post => '</section>, 
    } );

showtag

Accessor.

set_showtag( $boolean )

rename

If defined, and if showtag is true, the element name will be replaced by this value in the opening and closing tags. If the opening tag has any attributes, they will be left untouched.

intro

Printed after the element opening tag position.

content

If defined, it is used instead of the child nodes of the element, which are not processed (along with the prechildren and postchildren attributes).

prechildren

Printed before the node's children, if there are any.

prechild

Printed before every child node.

postchild

Printed after every child node.

postchildren

Printed after the node's children, if there are any.

extro

Printed before the element closing tag position.

post

Printed after the element closing tag position.

METHODS ^

stylesheet()

Returns the parent XML::XSS stylesheet of this rule.

render( .. )

Shortcut for

    $self->stylesheet->render( ... );

AUTHOR ^

Yanick Champoux <yanick@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is copyright (c) 2011 by Yanick Champoux.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

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