Canonicalise, CanonicaliseLazy - ‘cat’ filters for XML documents
Canonicalise [ file ]
CanonicaliseLazy [ file ]
Canonicalise reads a XML document from a file or from the standard
input and parses and pretty-prints the document using the HaXml
library. CanonicaliseLazy also reads, parses and pretty-prints the XML
document, but parses the document with the lazy parser combinators
while Canonicalise uses the non-lazy parser combinators. This causes
CanonicaliseLazy to parse to XML document faster and use less memory
then Canonicalise. Canonicalise and CanonicaliseLazy show the standard
parsing and pretty-printing behaviour of the HaXml library.
The HaXml library and tools were written by and are copyright to
Copyright © 1998 – 2006 Malcolm Wallace and Colin Runciman
The library incorporates the module
Copyright © 1996 Graham Hutton and Erik Meijer
Copyright © 1998 – 2000 Malcolm Wallace
and may also use or incorporate the module Text.PrettyPrint.HughesPJ
Copyright © 1996 – 1997 John Hughes and Simon Peyton Jones
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