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       XML::Compile::Schema::Specs - Predefined Schema Information


        # not for end-users
        use XML::Compile::Schema::Specs;


       This package defines the various schema-specifications.


       XML::Compile::Schema::Specs->builtInType( <$node|undef>, $expanded | <$uri,$local>,
       %options )
           Provide an $expanded (full) type name or an namespace $uri and a $local node name.
           Returned is a HASH with process information or "undef" if not found.

            -Option         --Default
             json_friendly    <false>
             sloppy_floats    <false>
             sloppy_integers  <false>

           json_friendly => BOOLEAN
             The READER is slightly different, to produce output which can be passed on to JSON
             serializers without need for conversion.  Implies "sloppy_floats".

           sloppy_floats => BOOLEAN
             The float types of XML are all quite big, and support NaN, INF, and -INF.  Perl's
             normal floats do not, and therefore Math::BigFloat is used.  This, however, is slow.
             When true, your application will crash on any value which is not understood by
             Perl's default float... but run much faster.

           sloppy_integers => BOOLEAN
             the <integer> types must accept huge integers, which require "Math::BigInt" objects
             to process.  But often, Perl's normal signed 32bit integers suffice... which is good
             for performance, but not standard compliant.

           Return a HASH which contains the schema information for the specified $uri (or undef
           if it doesn't exist).

           Returns the uri of all predefined schemas.


       This module is part of XML-Compile distribution version 1.61, built on November 09, 2018.


       Copyrights 2006-2018 by [Mark Overmeer <>]. For other contributors see

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