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Comment:Basic tmml cleanup.
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User & Date: rolf 2013-09-24 00:24:01
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2013-09-24
00:27
Added INDEX.MAP to be more in sync with README. check-in: 49ccac621d user: rolf tags: trunk
00:24
Basic tmml cleanup. check-in: b1f1aba98e user: rolf tags: trunk
00:20
Editorial change. check-in: 80ce5f7895 user: rolf tags: trunk
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Changes to doc/domDoc.xml.

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        <desc>Returns the system identifier of the doctype declaration of the
document, if there is one, otherwise the empty string. If there is a value
given to the method, the system identifier of the document is set to this
value.</desc>
      </commanddef>

      <commanddef>
        <command><method>internalSubset <m>?internalSubset?</m></method></command>
        <desc>Returns the internal subset of the doctype declaration of the
document, if there is one, otherwise the empty string. If there is a value
given to the method, the internal subset of the document is set to this
value. Note, that none of the parsing methods preserve the internal subset
of a document; a freshly parsed document will always have an empty internal
subset. Also note, that the method doesen't do any syntactical check on a
given internal subset.</desc>
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set root [$doc documentElement]
set childNodes [$root selectNodes -namespaces {default http://www.defaultnamespace.org} default:child]</example>

          </desc>
      </commanddef>

      <commanddef>
        <command><method>baseURI <m>?URI?</m></method></command>
        <desc>Returns the present baseURI of the document. If the optional 
argument URI is given, sets the base URI of the document to the given URI.</desc>
      </commanddef>

      <commanddef>
        <command><method>appendFromScript</method> <m>tclScript</m></command>
        <desc>Appends the nodes created by the <m>tclScript</m> by







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        <desc>Returns the system identifier of the doctype declaration of the
document, if there is one, otherwise the empty string. If there is a value
given to the method, the system identifier of the document is set to this
value.</desc>
      </commanddef>

      <commanddef>
        <command><method>internalSubset</method> <m>?internalSubset?</m></command>
        <desc>Returns the internal subset of the doctype declaration of the
document, if there is one, otherwise the empty string. If there is a value
given to the method, the internal subset of the document is set to this
value. Note, that none of the parsing methods preserve the internal subset
of a document; a freshly parsed document will always have an empty internal
subset. Also note, that the method doesen't do any syntactical check on a
given internal subset.</desc>
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set root [$doc documentElement]
set childNodes [$root selectNodes -namespaces {default http://www.defaultnamespace.org} default:child]</example>

          </desc>
      </commanddef>

      <commanddef>
        <command><method>baseURI</method> <m>?URI?</m></command>
        <desc>Returns the present baseURI of the document. If the optional 
argument URI is given, sets the base URI of the document to the given URI.</desc>
      </commanddef>

      <commanddef>
        <command><method>appendFromScript</method> <m>tclScript</m></command>
        <desc>Appends the nodes created by the <m>tclScript</m> by

Changes to doc/domNode.xml.

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        <desc>Translate the subtree starting at the object node according to
the specifications in <m>specifications</m> and outputs the result in the
variable <m>outputVar</m> . The translation is very similar to Cost Simple
mode.</desc>
      </commanddef>

      <commanddef>
        <command><method>toXPath <m>?-legacy?</m></method></command>
        <desc>Returns an XPath, which exactly addresses the given
node in its document. This XPath is only valid as there are no changes to DOM
tree made later one. With the -legacy option, other XPath expressions
are returnd, which doesn't work in all cases.</desc>
      </commanddef>

      <commanddef>
        <command><method>getBaseURI</method></command>
        <desc>Returns the baseURI of the node. This method is deprecated in
          favor of the <m>baseURI</m> method.</desc>
      </commanddef>

      <commanddef>
        <command><method>baseURI <m>?URI?</m></method></command>
        <desc>Returns the present baseURI of the node. If the optional 
argument URI is given, sets the base URI of the node and of all of its child
nodes out of the same enitity as node to the given URI.</desc>
      </commanddef>

      <commanddef>
        <command><method>disableOutputEscaping</method> <m>?boolean?</m></command>







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        <desc>Translate the subtree starting at the object node according to
the specifications in <m>specifications</m> and outputs the result in the
variable <m>outputVar</m> . The translation is very similar to Cost Simple
mode.</desc>
      </commanddef>

      <commanddef>
        <command><method>toXPath</method> <m>?-legacy?</m></command>
        <desc>Returns an XPath, which exactly addresses the given
node in its document. This XPath is only valid as there are no changes to DOM
tree made later one. With the -legacy option, other XPath expressions
are returnd, which doesn't work in all cases.</desc>
      </commanddef>

      <commanddef>
        <command><method>getBaseURI</method></command>
        <desc>Returns the baseURI of the node. This method is deprecated in
          favor of the <m>baseURI</m> method.</desc>
      </commanddef>

      <commanddef>
        <command><method>baseURI</method> <m>?URI?</m></command>
        <desc>Returns the present baseURI of the node. If the optional 
argument URI is given, sets the base URI of the node and of all of its child
nodes out of the same enitity as node to the given URI.</desc>
      </commanddef>

      <commanddef>
        <command><method>disableOutputEscaping</method> <m>?boolean?</m></command>

Changes to doc/expat.xml.

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  <manpage id="expat" cat="cmd" title="expat">
    <namesection>
      <name>expat</name>
      <desc>Creates an instance of an expat parser object</desc>
    </namesection>

<!--

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          <command><cmd>parser</cmd> <method>configure</method> <m>option value ?option value?</m></command>

          <desc><p>Sets configuration options for the parser. Every command
option, except <m>-namespace</m> can be set or modified with this method.</p></desc>
        </commanddef>

        <commanddef>
          <command><cmd>parser</cmd> <method>cget <m>?-handlerset name? option</m></method></command>

          <desc><p>Return the current configuration value option for the
parser.</p> 
          <p>If the -handlerset option is used, the configuration for the
named handler set is returned.</p>
          </desc>
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<manpage id="expat" cat="cmd" title="expat">
    <namesection>
      <name>expat</name>
      <desc>Creates an instance of an expat parser object</desc>
    </namesection>

<!--

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          <command><cmd>parser</cmd> <method>configure</method> <m>option value ?option value?</m></command>

          <desc><p>Sets configuration options for the parser. Every command
option, except <m>-namespace</m> can be set or modified with this method.</p></desc>
        </commanddef>

        <commanddef>
          <command><cmd>parser</cmd> <method>cget</method> <m>?-handlerset name? option</m></command>

          <desc><p>Return the current configuration value option for the
parser.</p> 
          <p>If the -handlerset option is used, the configuration for the
named handler set is returned.</p>
          </desc>
        </commanddef>

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  <manpage id="expatapi" cat="fun" title="expatapi">
    <namesection>
      <name>CheckExpatParserObj, CHandlerSetInstall, CHandlerSetRemove,
         CHandlerSetCreate, CHandlerSetGetUserData, GetExpatInfo</name>

      <desc>Functions to create, install and remove expat parser object
extensions.</desc>
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<manpage id="expatapi" cat="fun" title="expatapi">
    <namesection>
      <name>CheckExpatParserObj, CHandlerSetInstall, CHandlerSetRemove,
         CHandlerSetCreate, CHandlerSetGetUserData, GetExpatInfo</name>

      <desc>Functions to create, install and remove expat parser object
extensions.</desc>
    </namesection>

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  <manpage id="tdomcmd" cat="cmd" title="tdom">
    <namesection>
      <name>tdom</name>

      <desc>tdom is an expat parser object extension to create an in-memory
DOM tree from the input while parsing.</desc>
    </namesection>

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<manpage id="tdomcmd" cat="cmd" title="tdom">
    <namesection>
      <name>tdom</name>

      <desc>tdom is an expat parser object extension to create an in-memory
DOM tree from the input while parsing.</desc>
    </namesection>