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       XML::Easy::Tranform - XML processing with a clean interface


       The "XML::Easy::Transform::" namespace exists to contain modules that
       perform transformations on XML documents, or parts thereof, in the form
       of XML::Easy::Element and XML::Easy::Content nodes.

       XML::Easy is a collection of modules relating to the processing of XML
       data.  It includes functions to parse and serialise the standard
       textual form of XML.  When XML data is not in text form, XML::Easy
       processes it in an abstract syntax-neutral form, as a collection of
       linked Perl objects.  This in-program data format shields XML users
       from the infelicities of XML syntax.  Modules under the
       "XML::Easy::Transform::" namespace operate on XML data in this abstract
       structured form, not on textual XML.

       A transformation on XML data should normally be presented in the form
       of a function, which takes an XML::Easy::Element node as its main
       parameter, and returns an XML::Easy::Element node (or "die"s on error).
       The input node and output node each represent the root element of the
       XML document (or fragment thereof) being transformed.  These nodes, of
       course, contain subordinate nodes, according to the structure of the
       XML data.  A reference to the top node is all that is required to
       effectively pass the whole document.


       CPAN distributions under this namespace are:

           Manages XML Namespaces by hoisting all namespace declarations to
           the root of a document.




       Andrew Main (Zefram) <>


       Copyright (C) 2009, 2010, 2011 Andrew Main (Zefram) <>


       This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
       under the same terms as Perl itself.

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