Provided by: libxml-rpc-fast-perl_0.8-1_all bug

NAME

       XML::RPC::Enc::LibXML - Encode/decode XML-RPC using LibXML

SYNOPSIS

           use XML::RPC::Fast;
           use XML::RPC::Enc::LibXML;

           my $rpc = XML::RPC::Fast->new(
               $uri,
               encoder => XML::RPC::Enc::LibXML->new(
                   # internal_encoding currently not implemented, always want wide chars
                   internal_encoding => undef,
                   external_encoding => 'windows-1251',
               )
           );

           $rpc->registerType( base64 => sub {
               my $node = shift;
               return MIME::Base64::decode($node->textContent);
           });

           $rpc->registerType( 'dateTime.iso8601' => sub {
               my $node = shift;
               return DateTime::Format::ISO8601->parse_datetime($node->textContent);
           });

           $rpc->registerClass( DateTime => sub {
               return ( 'dateTime.iso8601' => $_[0]->strftime('%Y%m%dT%H%M%S.%3N%z') );
           });

           $rpc->registerClass( DateTime => sub {
               my $node = XML::LibXML::Element->new('dateTime.iso8601');
               $node->appendText($_[0]->strftime('%Y%m%dT%H%M%S.%3N%z'));
               return $node;
           });

DESCRIPTION

       Default encoder/decoder for XML::RPC::Fast

       If MIME::Base64 is installed, decoder for "XML-RPC" type "base64" will be setup

       If DateTime::Format::ISO8601 is installed, decoder for "XML-RPC" type "dateTime.iso8601"
       will be setup

       Also will be setup by default encoders for Class::Date and DateTime (will be encoded as
       "dateTime.iso8601")

       Ty avoid default decoders setup:

           BEGIN {
               $XML::RPC::Enc::LibXML::TYPES{base64} = 0;
               $XML::RPC::Enc::LibXML::TYPES{'dateTime.iso8601'} = 0;
           }
           use XML::RPC::Enc::LibXML;

IMPLEMENTED METHODS

   new
   request
   response
   fault
   decode
   registerType
   registerClass

SEE ALSO

       ยท   XML::RPC::Enc

           Base class (also contains documentation)

       Q: What is the legal syntax (and range) for integers?
          How to deal with leading zeros?
          Is a leading plus sign allowed?
          How to deal with whitespace?

       A: An integer is a 32-bit signed number.
          You can include a plus or minus at the beginning of a string of numeric characters.
          Leading zeros are collapsed.
          Whitespace is not permitted.
          Just numeric characters preceded by a plus or minus.

       Q: What is the legal syntax (and range) for floating point values (doubles)?
          How is the exponent represented?
          How to deal with whitespace?
          Can infinity and "not a number" be represented?

       A: There is no representation for infinity or negative infinity or "not a number".
          At this time, only decimal point notation is allowed, a plus or a minus,
          followed by any number of numeric characters,
          followed by a period and any number of numeric characters.
          Whitespace is not allowed.
          The range of allowable values is implementation-dependent, is not specified.

                       # int
                       '+0' => 0
                       '-0' => 0
                       '+1234567' => 1234567
                       '0777' => 777
                       '0000000000000' => 0
                       '0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000' => 0
                       # not int
                       '999999999999999999999999999999999999';

COPYRIGHT & LICENSE

       Copyright (c) 2008-2009 Mons Anderson.

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

AUTHOR

       Mons Anderson, "<mons@cpan.org>"