Data structures used in parsing XML DocBook-based tutorials

Conversion of DocBook-based tutorials is performed using special Converter class methods. By default, these methods simply retrieve simple rules for replacement of tags and slight re-ordering from the options.ini file present for every template.

In future versions, there may be utilization of xslt or other more powerful protocols. However, for most situations, the power of these classes will be more than sufficient to handle very complex documentation.

Note that an entire tutorial is contained in a single parserXMLDocBookTag, matching the document model for DocBook. The top-level tag, <refentry>, contains every other tag and all text.

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Class Description
parserCData Represents <![CDATA[ ]]> sections.
parserXMLDocBookTag a standard XML DocBook Tag
parserEntity a standard entity like &rdquo;

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