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 Readme for:  Development » Library » Misc » rexxmlib.lha


Description: ARexx XML procedure library
Download: rexxmlib.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 188kb
Version: 1.1
Date: 20 Jun 2022
Author: Janne Peraaho
Submitter: Janne Peraaho
Homepage: http://www.janne.peraaho.kapsuuli.net/
Category: development/library/misc
License: BSD
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.1
FileID: 12122
Comments: 0
Snapshots: 4
Videos: 0
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RexXMLib is an ARexx procedure library that allows you to write XML 
documents with your ARexx script with minimal effort.

RexXMLib is ideal when you for example need to convert data to XML form, 
generate XML documents, or to create a multitude of XML data files, like 
license keys, algorithmically.

RexXMLib has support for PObjects schema (Amiga XML preferences file) 
allowing you to easily create preferences files. All of the PObjects' 
data elements are supported:

    * object name             <key>
    * integer number          <integer>
    * floating point number   <double>
    * boolean                 <bool>
    * string                  <string>
    * date                    <date>
    * binary                  <binary>

Integer, floating point, boolean, date, and binary element creation 
procedures support fuzzy arguments or they contain special functionality 
for your convenience. For example, dates 'YESTERDAY', 'TODAY', and 
'TOMORROW' are converted to valid dates automatically, and RexXMLib can 
load and encode file content for a binary element when a file name has 
been given.

RexXMLib comes with example scripts that show how to create preferences 
files, license files, and XML databases.


* Automatic indentation that ensures clean readble XML files
* Supports arbitrary XML element names, attributes, and attribute values
* Support for PObjects schema (Amiga XML preferences file)
* Support for fuzzy PObjects arguments

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