HTML::DOM, version 0.026 HTML::DOM is a Perl implementation of the HTML Document Object Model This is an alpha release. So far, the level-2 core and HTML DOM interfaces have been implemented, most of the level-2 event interfaces and some of the level-2 style sheet interfaces. RECENT CHANGES See the Changes file for the long version. 0.026 ----- • css_url_fetcher • Parsing of comments (RT #48168) 0.025 ----- • HTML::DOM::Interface now maps HTML::DOM::TreeBuilder to HTMLHtmlElement, instead of HTMLElement. (This class is used for the element when the tree is being built.) • innerHTML no longer dies when serialising a text node that was cre- ated from an object with string overloading. 0.024 ----- Increased the CSS::DOM required version to 0.06. (I forgot it in the previous release.) TO DO - Finish Level 2 Events support (HTMLEvents) - Finish Level 2 CSS support - outerHTML/innerText? - Other DOM interfaces (the rest of level 2, and level 3) - HTML 5 stuff - Write more complete documentation - Write more tests - Finishing checking for memory leaks (run all tests under Devel::Leak::Object) INSTALLATION The easiest way to install this module is to use the CPAN module or the cpan script: [sudo] perl -MCPAN -e "install HTML::DOM" [sudo] cpan HTML::DOM Or you can use the following: perl Makefile.PL make make test [sudo] make install DEPENDENCIES This module requires perl 5.8.2 or later and the following Perl modules: - Scalar::Util 1.14 or later - Exporter 5.57 or later - HTML::TreeBuilder and HTML::Element (both part of the HTML::Tree distribution) (tested with 3.23) - URI (tested with 1.35) - LWP 1.13 or later - CSS::DOM 0.06 or later - HTML::Encoding is required if the parse_file method is to be used. - constant::lexical - Hash::Util::FieldHash::Compat DOCUMENTATION After installing, you can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command. perldoc HTML::DOM Or try using man (it's faster, in my experience): man HTML::DOM COPYRIGHT AND LICENCE Copyright (C) 2007-9 Father Chrysostomos This program is free software; you may redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as perl.