mod_xmlns Apache module adds XML namespace support to publishing with Apache. mod_xmlns adds XML Namespace support to Apache, and
mod_xmlns Apache module adds XML namespace support to publishing with Apache.
mod_xmlns adds XML Namespace support to Apache, and may form the basis of XML-driven publishing systems. It runs as an output filter, so it works automatically with any content generator.
From Version 0.9 (May 1st 2004) it has moved from experimental prototype to provisionally stable (i.e. there's nothing that is known to need changing before it can be declared stable). This hasn't entirely held, as the API has had to be updated. Now the API is shared with mod_publisher, and is being documented.
The basic API for Namespace implementations is:
Directives implemented by mod_xmlns
Syntax: XMLNSUseNamespace URI [on|off] [version]
Activates or deactivates processing for namespace URI, using the processor defined in the version paramater.
Syntax: XMLNSDefaultNamespace URI
Sets a URI to use as default namespace (for un-namespaced elements).
Syntax: XMLNSCommentHandlers on|off
Turns on or off comment handlers defined in namespace implementations. Default is On.
Syntax: XMLNSCommentRemove on|off
Determines whether to strip comments that are not processed by any namespace handler. Default is to pass comments through intact.
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