Atom provides an XML node for text (PCDATA).
Comment implements an XML node for comments.
A document information item (according to InfoSet spec).
The case class
Elem extends the
providing an immutable data object representing an XML element.
EntityRef implements an XML node for entity
A hack to group XML nodes in one node for output.
This class represents an attribute and at the same time a linked list of attributes.
NamespaceBinding represents namespace bindings
An abstract class representing XML with nodes of a labelled tree.
This class acts as a Buffer for nodes.
This class implements a wrapper around
adds XPath and comprehension methods.
This class (which is not used by all XML parsers, but always used by the XHTML one) represents parseable character data, which appeared as CDATA sections in the input and is to be preserved as CDATA section in the output.
prefixed attributes always have a non-null namespace.
Class for pretty printing.
an XML node for processing instructions (PI)
SpecialNode is a special XML node which
represents either text (PCDATA), a comment, a PI, or an entity ref.
Text implements an XML node for text (PCDATA).
TextBuffer is for creating text nodes without
An XML node for unparsed content.
Unprefixed attributes have the null namespace, and no prefix field
Use this class to match on (unprefixed) attribute values
Attribute defines the interface shared by both PrefixedAttribute and UnprefixedAttribute
This singleton object contains the apply and unapplySeq methods for convenient construction and deconstruction.
In an attempt to contain the damage being inflicted on consistency by the ad hoc equals methods spread around xml, the logic is centralized and all the xml classes go through the xml.
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This object provides methods .
This object .
Essentially, every method in here is a dummy, returning Zero[T].
This object provides an extractor method to match a qualified node with its namespace URI
top level namespace scope.
Utility object provides utility functions for processing
instances of bound and not bound XML classes, as well as escaping text nodes.
XML provides constants, and functions to load
and save XML elements.
Classes needed to view an XML document as a series of events.