xml-1.3.14: A simple XML library.

Copyright(c) Galois, Inc. 2007
LicenseBSD3
MaintainerIavor S. Diatchki <diatchki@galois.com>
Stabilityprovisional
PortabilityOutput handling for the lightweight XML lib.
Safe HaskellSafe-Inferred
LanguageHaskell98

Text.XML.Light.Output

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showTopElement :: Element -> String Source

Adds the ?xml? header.

ppTopElement :: Element -> String Source

Pretty printing renders XML documents faithfully, with the exception that whitespace may be added/removed in non-verbatim character data.

ppContent :: Content -> String Source

Pretty printing content

ppElement :: Element -> String Source

Pretty printing elements

ppcTopElement :: ConfigPP -> Element -> String Source

Pretty printing renders XML documents faithfully, with the exception that whitespace may be added/removed in non-verbatim character data.

ppcContent :: ConfigPP -> Content -> String Source

Pretty printing content

ppcElement :: ConfigPP -> Element -> String Source

Pretty printing elements

defaultConfigPP :: ConfigPP Source

Default pretty orinting configuration. * Always use abbreviate empty tags.

prettyConfigPP :: ConfigPP Source

A configuration that tries to make things pretty (possibly at the cost of changing the semantics a bit through adding white space.)

useShortEmptyTags :: (QName -> Bool) -> ConfigPP -> ConfigPP Source

The predicate specifies for which empty tags we should use XML's abbreviated notation /. This is useful if we are working with some XML-ish standards (such as certain versions of HTML) where some empty tags should always be displayed in the TAG/TAG form.

useExtraWhiteSpace :: Bool -> ConfigPP -> ConfigPP Source

Specify if we should use extra white-space to make document more readable. WARNING: This adds additional white-space to text elements, and so it may change the meaning of the document.

xml_header :: String Source

The XML 1.0 header