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== Packages ==
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[https://hackage.haskell.org/package/xml Packages on Hackage in the category XML]
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=== xml ===
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Module name: Text.XML.Light
  
 
Types:  
 
Types:  
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Useful notes: Content has constructors for Elem and Text. CData can be of kind CDataText. The type QName (qualified name) denotes a name with its qualifying namespace attached to it.  
 
Useful notes: Content has constructors for Elem and Text. CData can be of kind CDataText. The type QName (qualified name) denotes a name with its qualifying namespace attached to it.  
 
 
  
  
 
Snippets of essentials:
 
Snippets of essentials:
 
  
 
Read the few [[https://github.com/GaloisInc/xml/tree/master/tests test cases]]
 
Read the few [[https://github.com/GaloisInc/xml/tree/master/tests test cases]]
 
  
 
Constructing
 
Constructing
  
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<haskell>
 
let n = blank_name{qName = "td"}
 
let n = blank_name{qName = "td"}
 
 
let n2 = unqual "td"
 
let n2 = unqual "td"
 
 
let d = blank_cdata{cdData = "some data here"}
 
let d = blank_cdata{cdData = "some data here"}
 
 
blank_element {elName = n, elContent = [Text d]}
 
blank_element {elName = n, elContent = [Text d]}
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</haskell>
  
 
using node qn _, generally expands to node qn ([attrs], [content]), where it lifts any child data provided into a content list and ensures any attribute provided is lifted into an attribute list. unode just makes a name out of an unqualified name before calling node.
 
using node qn _, generally expands to node qn ([attrs], [content]), where it lifts any child data provided into a content list and ensures any attribute provided is lifted into an attribute list. unode just makes a name out of an unqualified name before calling node.
  
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<haskell>
 
unode "td" ()  
 
unode "td" ()  
 
 
unode "td" $ Attr (unqual "width") "10"
 
unode "td" $ Attr (unqual "width") "10"
 
 
unode "td" $ "some data"
 
unode "td" $ "some data"
 
 
unode "tr" [Elem $ unode "td" "some data", Text $ blank_cdata{cdData = "free text"}]
 
unode "tr" [Elem $ unode "td" "some data", Text $ blank_cdata{cdData = "free text"}]
 
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</haskell>
  
  
 
Input
 
Input
  
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<haskell>
 
parseXMLDoc "<tr><td>some data here</td></tr>"
 
parseXMLDoc "<tr><td>some data here</td></tr>"
 
 
parseXML "<car><color>red</color></car><car><color>orange</color></car>"
 
parseXML "<car><color>red</color></car><car><color>orange</color></car>"
 
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</haskell>
 
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Output  
 
Output  
  
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<haskell>
 
showContent $ head $ parseXML "<car><color>black</color></car>"
 
showContent $ head $ parseXML "<car><color>black</color></car>"
 
 
ppContent $ head $ parseXML "<car><color>black</color></car>"
 
ppContent $ head $ parseXML "<car><color>black</color></car>"
 
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</haskell>
  
  
 
Searching
 
Searching
 
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<haskell>
 
findChildren blank_name{qName="td"}  $ fromJust $ parseXMLDoc "<tr><td>child1<td>inside</td></td><skip></skip><td>child2</td></tr>"
 
findChildren blank_name{qName="td"}  $ fromJust $ parseXMLDoc "<tr><td>child1<td>inside</td></td><skip></skip><td>child2</td></tr>"
 
 
filterChildren (\e -> (qName $ elName e) == "skip")  $ fromJust $ parseXMLDoc "<tr><td>child1<td>inside</td></td><skip></skip><td>child2</td></tr>"
 
filterChildren (\e -> (qName $ elName e) == "skip")  $ fromJust $ parseXMLDoc "<tr><td>child1<td>inside</td></td><skip></skip><td>child2</td></tr>"
 
 
findAttr (blank_name{qName = "width"}) $ fromJust $ parseXMLDoc "<tr width=10><td>child1<td>inside</td></td><skip></skip><td>child2</td></tr>"
 
findAttr (blank_name{qName = "width"}) $ fromJust $ parseXMLDoc "<tr width=10><td>child1<td>inside</td></td><skip></skip><td>child2</td></tr>"
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</haskell>
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== Blog articles ==
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* [http://idontgetoutmuch.wordpress.com/2013/10/23/parking-in-westminster-an-analysis-in-haskell/ Parking in Westminster: An Analysis in Haskell]
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[[Category:Packages]]

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1 Packages

Packages on Hackage in the category XML

1.1 xml

Module name: Text.XML.Light

Types: Content, Element, CData, Attr are all instances of typeclass Node

A Node instance is anything which has some convention for generating an Element out of it.

Useful notes: Content has constructors for Elem and Text. CData can be of kind CDataText. The type QName (qualified name) denotes a name with its qualifying namespace attached to it.


Snippets of essentials:

Read the few [test cases]

Constructing

let n = blank_name{qName = "td"}
let n2 = unqual "td"
let d = blank_cdata{cdData = "some data here"}
blank_element {elName = n, elContent = [Text d]}

using node qn _, generally expands to node qn ([attrs], [content]), where it lifts any child data provided into a content list and ensures any attribute provided is lifted into an attribute list. unode just makes a name out of an unqualified name before calling node.

unode "td" () 
unode "td" $ Attr (unqual "width") "10"
unode "td" $ "some data"
unode "tr" [Elem $ unode "td" "some data", Text $ blank_cdata{cdData = "free text"}]


Input

parseXMLDoc "<tr><td>some data here</td></tr>"
parseXML "<car><color>red</color></car><car><color>orange</color></car>"


Output

showContent $ head $ parseXML "<car><color>black</color></car>"
ppContent $ head $ parseXML "<car><color>black</color></car>"


Searching

findChildren blank_name{qName="td"}  $ fromJust $ parseXMLDoc "<tr><td>child1<td>inside</td></td><skip></skip><td>child2</td></tr>"
filterChildren (\e -> (qName $ elName e) == "skip")  $ fromJust $ parseXMLDoc "<tr><td>child1<td>inside</td></td><skip></skip><td>child2</td></tr>"
findAttr (blank_name{qName = "width"}) $ fromJust $ parseXMLDoc "<tr width=10><td>child1<td>inside</td></td><skip></skip><td>child2</td></tr>"


2 Blog articles