In the default representation, qualified tag and attribute names such as
<abc:hello> are represented just as a string containing a colon, e.g.
This module provides functionality to handle these more intelligently, splitting
all tag and attribute names into their Prefix and LocalPart components.
A qualified name.
Qualified names have two parts, a prefix and a local part. The local part
is the name of the tag. The prefix scopes that name to a particular
group of legal tags.
The prefix will usually be associated with a namespace URI. This is usually
achieved by using xmlns attributes to bind prefixes to URIs.
|qnPrefix :: Maybe text|
|qnLocalPart :: !text|
|Type shortcut for a single node where qualified names are used for tags
DEPRECATED: Use [QNode text] instead.
Type shortcut for nodes where qualified names are used for tags
|Type shortcut for attributes with qualified names
|Make a new QName from a prefix and localPart.
|Make a new QName with no prefix.
|Produced by Haddock version 2.6.1|