API for lazy-xml (1.1.x branch)

by Chris Houser

Usage:
(ns your-namespace
  (:require clojure.contrib.lazy-xml))

Overview

Functions to parse xml lazily and emit back to text.

Public Variables and Functions



emit

function
Usage: (emit x & opts)
Prints an <?xml?> declaration line, and then calls emit-element
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emit-element

function
Usage: (emit-element e & opts)
Recursively prints as XML text the element struct e.  To have it
print extra whitespace like clojure.xml/emit, use the :pad true
option.
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parse-seq

function
Usage: (parse-seq s)
       (parse-seq s startparse)
       (parse-seq s startparse queue-size)
Parses the source s, which can be a File, InputStream or String
naming a URI. Returns a lazy sequence of maps with two or more of
the keys :type, :name, :attrs, and :str. Other SAX-compatible
parsers can be supplied by passing startparse, a fn taking a source
and a ContentHandler and returning a parser. If a parser is
specified, it will be run in a separate thread and be allowed to get
ahead by queue-size items, which defaults to maxint.  If no parser
is specified and org.xmlpull.v1.XmlPullParser is in the classpath,
this superior pull parser will be used.
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parse-trim

function
Usage: (parse-trim s)
       (parse-trim s startparse queue-size)
Parses the source s, which can be a File, InputStream or String
naming a URI. Returns a lazy tree of the clojure.xml/element
struct-map, which has the keys :tag, :attrs, and :content and
accessor fns tag, attrs, and content, with the whitespace trimmed
from around each content string. This format is compatible with what
clojure.xml/parse produces, except :content is a lazy seq instead of
a vector.  Other SAX-compatible parsers can be supplied by passing
startparse, a fn taking a source and a ContentHandler and returning
a parser. If a parser is specified, it will be run in a separate
thread and be allowed to get ahead by queue-size items, which
defaults to maxing.  If no parser is specified and
org.xmlpull.v1.XmlPullParser is in the classpath, this superior pull
parser will be used.
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