Provided by: libxml-xpath-perl_1.13-7_all bug


       XML::XPath::PerlSAX - A PerlSAX event generator for my weird node structure


               use XML::XPath;
               use XML::XPath::PerlSAX;
               use XML::DOM::PerlSAX;

               my $xp = XML::XPath->new(filename => 'test.xhtml');
               my $paras = $xp->find('/html/body/p');

               my $handler = XML::DOM::PerlSAX->new();
               my $generator = XML::XPath::PerlSAX->new( Handler => $handler );

               foreach my $node ($paras->get_nodelist) {
                       my $domtree = $generator->parse($node);
                       # do something with $domtree


       This module generates PerlSAX events to pass to a PerlSAX handler such as
       XML::DOM::PerlSAX. It operates specifically on my weird tree format.

       Unfortunately SAX doesn't seem to cope with namespaces, so these are lost completely. I
       believe SAX2 is doing namespaces.


       The XML::DOM::PerlSAX handler I tried was completely broken (didn't even compile before I
       patched it a bit), so I don't know how correct this is or how far it will work.

       This software may only be distributed as part of the XML::XPath package.