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    • Steven Wittens's avatar
      - #24278: Emit correct XHTML <link> tag. · 2f28cc0b
      Steven Wittens authored
      2f28cc0b
    • Dries's avatar
      - Modified version of patch #1482 by Djun: · 78cb1732
      Dries authored
      This patch enables export of books as XML documents.
      
      The XML is DocBook "at the level of structure", but
      node contents are wrapped as CDATA, since we
      can't be sure that the contents are valid XML.
      
      Several other bugs/feature requests are also
      addressed with this patch:
      
      - Fixes bugs
      
      http://drupal.org/node/1898
      http://drupal.org/node/1482
      http://drupal.org/node/8049
      http://drupal.org/node/1899
      
      Should go a long way towards implementing feature request
      http://drupal.org/node/2062
      
      It should also be easy to extend this to produce OPML,
      for example.
      
      - Adds about 170 lines, of which more than 100 are comments
      - Added doxygen comments
      - Made doxygen comment format consistent; fixed minor grammatical slips
      - A proper Doctype and more informative HTML element is generated
      for printer-friendly HTML output.
      - Refactored book_print() to use book_recurse().
      - Refactored book_recurse(). Applies 'visitor' callback functions to nodes
      during weight/title order tree-traversal. The parameterized
      visitor callbacks can be used to generate different kinds of output.
      There are many other kinds of operations on books which can be implemented
      by writing a pre-node/post-node pair of callback functions: word-count/
      statistics gathering, comparison, copying, search and replace...
      - Introduced book_export() which uses book_recurse() to generate
      DocBook-like XML to export book contents in a structured form.
      An md5 hash is computed for each node to help import code to
      decide if a node needs to be updated or not.
      78cb1732
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