XML::Literal - Syntax suppor for XML literals
# This is not a source filter: it just augments glob().
use XML::Literal \&XMLin;
# Simple element
my $xml1 =
# With variable interpolation
my $xml2 = ;
# With an extra pair of angle brackets
my $xml3 = < Some Text >;
# With escaped angle brackets
my $xml4 = Some Text \;
# Direct call to the xml-building glob'' constructor
my $xml5 = glob'
# This does not look like XML, so it's still shell glob
my @files = <*.*>;
This module takes one function at its "use" line. Afterwards, all
single-line "<...>" calls that looks like a XML literal will be
processed with that function, instead of the built-in shell "glob".
Support for qx<...> overriding for multiline XML literals is planned for
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