All kinds of representations of a character in XML combined in one type.
Note that an entity can in principle represent a large text,
thus an "XML character" might actually be a text.
However the standard entities consist of one character.
In contrast to our representation,
HaXml uses Unicode substrings instead of Unicode characters,
which is certainly more efficient for common XML texts
that contain mainly Unicode text and only few references.
However our representation is unique,
whereas HaXmls may represent a text as
- data T
- toUnicode :: T -> Exceptional String Char
- toUnicodeGen :: Map String Char -> T -> Exceptional String Char
- toUnicodeOrFormat :: T -> ShowS
- toUnicodeOrFormatGen :: Map String Char -> T -> ShowS
- fromUnicode :: Char -> T
- fromCharRef :: Int -> T
- fromEntityRef :: String -> T
- maybeUnicode :: T -> Maybe Char
- maybeCharRef :: T -> Maybe Int
- maybeEntityRef :: T -> Maybe String
- isUnicode :: T -> Bool
- isCharRef :: T -> Bool
- isEntityRef :: T -> Bool
- isRef :: T -> Bool
- unicode :: Char -> T
- refC :: Int -> T
- refE :: String -> T
- asciiFromUnicode :: Char -> T
- asciiFromUnicodeGen :: Map Char String -> Char -> T
- reduceRef :: T -> T
- reduceRefGen :: Map String Char -> T -> T
- validCharRef :: Int -> Bool
- switchUnicodeRuns :: (String -> a) -> (Int -> a) -> (String -> a) -> [T] -> [a]
If a reference cannot be resolved
Exception constructor with an error message is returned.
If a reference cannot be resolved then a reference string is returned.
Convert unicode character to XML Char. If there is a entity reference, use this. If it is ASCII, represent it as Char. Otherwise use a character reference.
try to convert a References to equivalent Unicode characters