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Pod::Simple::DumpAsXML(3)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				 Pod::Simple::DumpAsXML(3)

Pod::Simple::DumpAsXML -- turn Pod into XML SYNOPSIS
perl -MPod::Simple::DumpAsXML -e "exit Pod::Simple::DumpAsXML->filter(shift)->any_errata_seen" thingy.pod DESCRIPTION
Pod::Simple::DumpAsXML is a subclass of Pod::Simple that parses Pod and turns it into indented and wrapped XML. This class is of interest to people writing Pod formatters based on Pod::Simple. Pod::Simple::DumpAsXML inherits methods from Pod::Simple. SEE ALSO
Pod::Simple::XMLOutStream is rather like this class. Pod::Simple::XMLOutStream's output is space-padded in a way that's better for sending to an XML processor (that is, it has no ignorable whitespace). But Pod::Simple::DumpAsXML's output is much more human-readable, being (more-or-less) one token per line, with line-wrapping. Pod::Simple::DumpAsText is rather like this class, except that it doesn't dump with XML syntax. Try them and see which one you like best! Pod::Simple, Pod::Simple::DumpAsXML The older libraries Pod::PXML, Pod::XML, Pod::SAX SUPPORT
Questions or discussion about POD and Pod::Simple should be sent to the mail list. Send an empty email to to subscribe. This module is managed in an open GitHub repository, <>. Feel free to fork and contribute, or to clone <git://> and send patches! Patches against Pod::Simple are welcome. Please send bug reports to <>. COPYRIGHT AND DISCLAIMERS
Copyright (c) 2002 Sean M. Burke. This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but without any warranty; without even the implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. AUTHOR
Pod::Simple was created by Sean M. Burke <>. But don't bother him, he's retired. Pod::Simple is maintained by: o Allison Randal "" o Hans Dieter Pearcey "" o David E. Wheeler "" perl v5.16.3 2013-05-03 Pod::Simple::DumpAsXML(3)

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