Provided by: libxml-tmx-perl_0.36-1_all bug

NAME

       XML::TMX::Writer - Perl extension for writing TMX files

VERSION

       version 0.36

SYNOPSIS

          use XML::TMX::Writer;

          my $tmx = XML::TMX::Writer->new();

          $tmx->start_tmx(id => 'paulojjs');

          $tmx->add_tu('en' => 'some text', 'pt' => 'algum texto');
          $tmx->add_tu('en' => 'some text',
                       'pt' => 'algum texto',
                        -note => [32, 34 ],
                        -prop => { q => 23,
                                  aut => "jj"}
                      );

          $tmx->end_tmx();

DESCRIPTION

       This module provides a simple way for writing TMX files.

METHODS

       The following methods are available:

   new
         $tmx = new XML::TMX::Writer();

       Creates a new XML::TMX::Writer object

   start_tmx
         $tmx->start_tmx(-output => 'some_file.tmx');

       Begins a TMX file. Several options are available:

       -output
           Output of the TMX, if none is defined stdout is used by default.

       tool
           Tool used to create the TMX. Defaults to 'XML::TMX::Writer'

       toolversion
           Some version identification of the tool used to create the TMX. Defaults to the
           current module version

       segtype
           Segment type used in the <tu> elements. Possible values are block, paragraph, sentence
           and phrase. Defaults to sentence.

       srctmf
           Specifies the format of the translation memory file from which the TMX document or
           segment thereof have been generated.

       adminlang
           Specifies the default language for the administrative and informative elements <note>
           and <prop>.

       srclang
           Specifies the language of the source text. If a <tu> element does not have a srclang
           attribute specified, it uses the one defined in the <header> element. Defaults to
           *all*.

       datatype
           Specifies the type of data contained in the element. Depending on that type, you may
           apply different processes to the data.

           The recommended values for the datatype attribute are as follow (this list is not
           exhaustive):

           unknown
               undefined

           alptext
               WinJoust data

           cdf Channel Definition Format

           cmx Corel CMX Format

           cpp C and C++ style text

           hptag
               HP-Tag

           html
               HTML, DHTML, etc

           interleaf
               Interleaf documents

           ipf IPF/BookMaster

           java
               Java, source and property files

           javascript
               JavaScript, ECMAScript scripts

           lisp
               Lisp

           mif Framemaker MIF, MML, etc

           opentag
               OpenTag data

           pascal
               Pascal, Delphi style text

           plaintext
               Plain text (default)

           pm  PageMaker

           rtf Rich Text Format

           sgml
               SGML

           stf-f
               S-Tagger for FrameMaker

           stf-i
               S-Tagger for Interleaf

           transit
               Transit data

           vbscript
               Visual Basic scripts

           winres
               Windows resources from RC, DLL, EXE

           xml XML

           xptag
               Quark XPressTag

       srcencoding
           All TMX documents are in Unicode. However, it is sometimes useful to know what code
           set was used to encode text that was converted to Unicode for purposes of interchange.
           This option specifies the original or preferred code set of the data of the element in
           case it is to be re-encoded in a non-Unicode code set. Defaults to none.

       id  Specifies the identifier of the user who created the element. Defaults to none.

       -note
           A reference to a list of notes to be added in the header.

       -prop
           A reference fo a hash of properties to be added in the header. Keys are used as the
           "type" attribute, value as the tag contents.

   add_tu
         $tmx->add_tu(srclang => LANG1, LANG1 => 'text1', LANG2 => 'text2');
         $tmx->add_tu(srclang => LANG1,
                      LANG1 => 'text1',
                      LANG2 => 'text2',
                      -note => ["value1",  ## notes
                               "value2"],
                      -prop => { type1 => ["value1","value"], #multiple values
                                 _ => 'value2',  # anonymound properties
                                typen => ["valuen"],}
                     );

       Adds a translation unit to the TMX file. Several optional labels can be specified:

       id  Specifies an identifier for the <tu> element. Its value is not defined by the standard
           (it could be unique or not, numeric or alphanumeric, etc.).

       srcencoding
           Same meaning as told in start_tmx method.

       datatype
           Same meaning as told in start_tmx method.

       segtype
           Same meaning as told in start_tmx method.

       srclang
           Same meaning as told in start_tmx method.

   end_tmx
         $tmx->end_tmx();

       Ends the TMX file, closing file handles if necessary.

SEE ALSO

       TMX Specification <https://www.gala-global.org/oscarStandards/tmx/tmx14b.html>

CONTRIBUTORS

       Paulo Jorge Jesus Silva, <paulojjs@bragatel.pt>

AUTHORS

       ·   Alberto Simões <ambs@cpan.org>

       ·   José João Almeida <jj@di.uminho.pt>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

       This software is copyright (c) 2010-2017 by Projeto Natura <natura@di.uminho.pt>.

       This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as
       the Perl 5 programming language system itself.