Validating xml parser requires
This is only available starting with version 1.95.0 of the Expat library.
Called when the closing tag is reached for an element that contained a namespace declaration.
For example, the following xml document: write-xml accepts a lisp list in the format described above and writes the equivalent xml string to stream.
Currently, if nodes use namespaces xmls will not assign namespaces prefixes but will explicitly assign the namespace to each node. Xmls will indent the generated xml output if indent is non-nil.
This module uses the , if specified, must be a string naming the encoding used by the XML data.
Expat doesn’t support as many encodings as Python does, and its repertoire of encodings can’t be extended; it supports UTF-8, UTF-16, ISO-8859-1 (Latin1), and ASCII. When namespace processing is enabled, element type names and attribute names that belong to a namespace will be expanded.
Each tuple contains four values: the type, the quantifier, the name, and a tuple of children.
Setting this attribute to a non-zero integer causes the attributes to be reported as a list rather than a dictionary.When called while an event handler is not active, the return value is callback whenever possible.This can improve performance substantially since Expat normally breaks character data into chunks at every line ending.This is called once for each namespace declaration on the element in the reverse of the order for which the Called for any characters in the XML document for which no applicable handler has been specified.This means characters that are part of a construct which could be reported, but for which no handler has been supplied.