# $Id: XSH.pm,v 1.12 2003/09/08 15:52:58 pajas Exp $

package XML::XSH;

use strict;
use vars qw(@EXPORT_OK @EXPORT @ISA $VERSION $xshNS);

use Exporter;
use XML::XSH::Functions qw(:default);
use XML::XSH::Completion;

  $VERSION   = '1.8.6';
  @ISA       = qw(Exporter);
  @EXPORT = qw(&xsh);
  @EXPORT_OK = @XML::XSH::Functions::EXPORT_OK;
  $xshNS = 'http://xsh.sourceforge.net/xsh/';


=head1 NAME

XML::XSH (DEPRECATED) A powerfull scripting language/shell for XPath-based editing of XML


This module is deprecated, use XML::XSH2 instead.


 use XML::XSH;

   # ... XSH Language commands (example borrowed from Kip Hampton's article) ...
   open sources="perl_channels.xml";   # open a document from file
   create merge news-items;            # create a new document

   foreach sources://rss-url {         # traverse the sources document
       open src=${{ string(@href) }};  # load the URL given by @href attribute
       map { $_ = lc($_) } //*;        # lowercase all tag names
       xcopy src://item                # copy all items from the src document
          into merge:/news-items[1];   # into the news-items element in merge document
       close src;                      # close src document (not mandatory)
   close sources;
   saveas merge "files/headlines.xml"; # save the resulting merge document
   close merge;



XML::LibXML, XML::XUpdate::LibXML

=head1 EXPORTS



This module implements XSH sripting language. XSH stands for XML
(editing) SHell. XSH language is documented in L<XSH>
and on L<http://xsh.sourceforge.net/doc>.

The distribution package of XML::XSH module includes XSH shell
interpreter called C<xsh> (see L<xsh>). To use it interactively, run
C<xsh -i>.

=head2 C<xsh_init>

Initialize the XSH language parser and interpreter.

=head2 C<xsh>

Execute commands in XSH language.

=head1 AUTHOR

Petr Pajas, pajas@matfyz.cz

=head1 SEE ALSO

L<xsh>, L<XSH>, L<XML::LibXML>, L<XML::XUpdate>