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SVK::Log::Filter::XML(3)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				  SVK::Log::Filter::XML(3)

SVK::Log::Filter::XML - display log messages in XML format SYNOPSIS
> svk log --xml <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <log> <logentry revision="1234" original="456"> <author>author</author> <date>2006-05-16T15:43:28.889532Z</date> <msg>This is the commit message for the revision.</msg> </logentry> </log> > svk log --output xml ... DESCRIPTION
The XML filter is an output filter for displaying log messages in XML format. The organization of the XML format should be self- explanatory after a little experimentation. The format is designed to be compatible with Subversion's XML output, so you should be able to use tools like <> without any modification. However, since SVK supports arbitary log filters (see SVK::Log::Filter for details on writing one), it may be easier to write your own output format than to process the XML. This filter is invoked implicitly when you specify the "--xml" argument to SVK's log command. Two arguments to the log command modify XML's behavior. quiet Providing this command-line option to the log command prevents the XML filter from displaying the contents of the log message. All other information is displayed as usual. verbose Providing this command-line option to the log command makes the XML filter display history information for each revision. The history includes the kind of modification (modify, add, delete) and any copy history for each path that was modified in the revision. STASH
/PROPERTY MODIFICATIONS XML leaves all properties and the stash intact. perl v5.10.0 2008-08-04 SVK::Log::Filter::XML(3)

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XML::Filter::Tee(3pm)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				     XML::Filter::Tee(3pm)

XML::Filter::Tee - Send SAX events to multiple processor, with switching SYNOPSIS
my $t = XML::Filter::Tee->new( { Handler => $h0 }, { Handler => $h1 }, { Handler => $h2 }, ... ); ## Altering the handlers list: $t->set_handlers( $h0, $h1, $h2, $h3 ); ## Controlling flow to a handler by number and by reference: $t->disable_handler( 0 ); $t->enable_handler( 0 ); $t->disable_handler( $h0 ); $t->enable_handler( $h0 ); ## Use in a SAX machine (though see L<XML::SAX::Pipeline> and ## L<XML::SAX::Tap> for a more convenient way to build a machine ## like this): my $m = Machine( [ Intake => "XML::Filter::Tee" => qw( A B ) ], [ A => ">>log.xml" ], [ B => *OUTPUT ], ); DESCRIPTION
XML::Filter::Tee is a SAX filter that passes each event it receives on to a list of downstream handlers. It's like XML::Filter::SAXT in that the events are not buffered; each event is sent first to the tap, and then to the branch (this is different from XML::SAX::Dispatcher, which buffers the events). Unlike XML::Filter::SAXT, it allows it's list of handlers to be reconfigured (via "set_handlers") and it allows control over which handlers are allowed to receive events. These features are designed to make XML::Filter::Tee instances more useful with SAX machines, but they to add some overhead relative to XML::Filter::SAXT. The events are not copied, since they may be data structures that are difficult or impossibly to copy properly, like parts of a C-based DOM implementation. This means that the handlers must not alter the events or later handlers will see the alterations. METHODS
new my $t = XML::Filter::Tee->new( { Handler => $h0 }, { Handler => $h1 }, { Handler => $h2 }, ... ); set_handlers $t->set_handlers( $h0, $h1, $h2 ); $t->set_handlers( { Handler => $h0, }, { Handler => $h1, }, ); Replaces the current list of handlers with new ones. Can also name handlers to make enabling/disabling them by name easier: $m->set_handlers( { Handler => $validator, Name => "Validator", }, { Handler => $outputer, }, ); $m->disable_handler( "Validator" ); disable_handler $t->disable_handler( 0 ); ## By location $t->disable_handler( "Validator" ); ## By name $t->disable_handler( $h0 ); ## By reference Stops sending events to the indicated handler. enable_handler $t->enable_handler( 0 ); ## By location $t->enable_handler( "Validator" ); ## By name $t->enable_handler( $h0 ); ## By reference Stops sending events to the indicated handler. AUTHOR
Barrie Slaymaker <> COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2002, Barrie Slaymaker, All Rights Reserved You may use this module under the terms of the Artistic, GNU Public, or BSD licenses, as you choose. perl v5.10.0 2009-06-11 XML::Filter::Tee(3pm)
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