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  • rexml/dtd/entitydecl.rb

REXML::DTD::EntityDecl

Public Class Methods

new(src) click to toggle source

<!ENTITY name SYSTEM “…”> <!ENTITY name “…”>

 
               # File rexml/dtd/entitydecl.rb, line 13
def initialize src
        super()
        md = nil
        if src.match( PUBLIC )
                md = src.match( PUBLIC, true )
                @middle = "PUBLIC"
                @content = "#{md[2]} #{md[4]}"
        elsif src.match( SYSTEM )
                md = src.match( SYSTEM, true )
                @middle = "SYSTEM"
                @content = md[2]
        elsif src.match( PLAIN )
                md = src.match( PLAIN, true )
                @middle = ""
                @content = md[2]
        elsif src.match( PERCENT )
                md = src.match( PERCENT, true )
                @middle = ""
                @content = md[2]
        end
        raise ParseException.new("failed Entity match", src) if md.nil?
        @name = md[1]
end
            
parse_source(source, listener) click to toggle source
 
               # File rexml/dtd/entitydecl.rb, line 49
def EntityDecl.parse_source source, listener
        md = source.match( PATTERN_RE, true )
        thing = md[0].squeeze(" \t\n\r")
        listener.send inspect.downcase, thing 
end
            

Public Instance Methods

to_s() click to toggle source
 
               # File rexml/dtd/entitydecl.rb, line 37
def to_s
        rv = "<!ENTITY #@name "
        rv << "#@middle " if @middle.size > 0
        rv << @content
        rv
end
            
write( output, indent ) click to toggle source
 
               # File rexml/dtd/entitydecl.rb, line 44
                def write( output, indent )
indent( output, indent )
                        output << to_s
                end
            

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