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In Files

  • rexml/cdata.rb
  • rexml/formatters/default.rb

Parent

REXML::CData

Constants

ILLEGAL
START
STOP

Public Class Methods

new( first, whitespace=true, parent=nil ) click to toggle source
Constructor.  CData is data between <![CDATA[ ... ]]>

Examples

CData.new( source )
CData.new( "Here is some CDATA" )
CData.new( "Some unprocessed data", respect_whitespace_TF, parent_element )
 
               # File rexml/cdata.rb, line 15
def initialize( first, whitespace=true, parent=nil )
        super( first, whitespace, parent, true, true, ILLEGAL )
end
            

Public Instance Methods

clone() click to toggle source

Make a copy of this object

Examples

c = CData.new( "Some text" )
d = c.clone
d.to_s        # -> "Some text"
 
               # File rexml/cdata.rb, line 25
def clone
        CData.new self
end
            
to_s() click to toggle source

Returns the content of this CData object

Examples

c = CData.new( "Some text" )
c.to_s        # -> "Some text"
 
               # File rexml/cdata.rb, line 34
def to_s
        @string
end
            
value() click to toggle source
 
               # File rexml/cdata.rb, line 38
def value
  @string
end
            
write( output=$stdout, indent=-1, transitive=false, ie_hack=false ) click to toggle source

DEPRECATED

See the rexml/formatters package

Generates XML output of this object

output

Where to write the string. Defaults to $stdout

indent

The amount to indent this node by

transitive

Ignored

ie_hack

Ignored

Examples

c = CData.new( " Some text " )
c.write( $stdout )     #->  <![CDATA[ Some text ]]>
 
               # File rexml/cdata.rb, line 59
          def write( output=$stdout, indent=-1, transitive=false, ie_hack=false )
Kernel.warn( "#{self.class.name}.write is deprecated" )
                  indent( output, indent )
                  output << START
                  output << @string
                  output << STOP
          end
            

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