XML::Writer is a simple Perl module for writing XML documents: it
takes care of constructing markup and escaping data correctly, and by
default, it also performs a significant amount of well-formedness
checking on the output, to make certain (for example) that start and
end tags match, that there is exactly one document element, and that
there are not duplicate attribute names.
Here is an example:
my $writer = new XML::Writer();
$writer->startTag('greeting', 'type' => 'simple');
If necessary, error-checking can be turned off for production use.
This release bumps the version number so the changes in the 0.4.x releases
can automatically be picked up by CPAN users.
See the Changes file for detailed changes between versions.
Copyright (c) 1999 by David Megginson,
copyright 2003 Ed Avis, <firstname.lastname@example.org> and others.
Some fixes, and a rewritten test suite,
copyright 2004, 2005 Joseph Walton <email@example.com>
Current development is hosted at <http://xml-writer-perl.berlios.de/>.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the same terms as Perl itself.