''' def ns = new Namespace(' 'meta') def books = new Xml Parser().parse Text(xml) assert books instanceof Node assert 4 == size() assert 11 == books.breadth First().size() assert 'Groovy in Action' == books.book.title.text() assert 'Groovy Programming' == find .title.text() assert 'Groovy Programming' == find .title.text() assert [1, 2, 3] == find All .'@id'*Integer() assert ['1-932394-84-2', '0123725070'] == books.book[ns.isbn].inject() ''' def books = new Xml Slurper().parse Text(xml).declare Namespace([meta:' assert books instanceof slurpersupport.
In addition to the default constructor, in each class there is a constructor that takes two boolean arguments.
The first is called "validating" and the second is called "namespace Aware".
For example: * Copyright 1998-2016 Alvin Alexander, All Rights Reserved.
Default Handler; /** * Parse XML into a document tree that may be traversed similar to XPath * expressions.
Without trying the out, it is difficult to say more. Error Handler was not set, which is probably not what is desired.
entityresolver, gpathresult, inputsource, inputsource, io, ioexception, ioexception, network, node, parser, sax, saxexception, saxexception, saxnotrecognizedexception, saxnotsupportedexception, string, string, util, xml, xmlslurper /* * Copyright 2003-2010 the original author or authors. * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and * limitations under the License. A percentage of advertising revenue from pages under the /java/jwarehouse URI on this website is paid back to open source projects.One way to see if a particular node exists is to check for the size of the Node Children is the expected size: I like the size() method better as I think it's a little less confusing, but the reason is Empty is returning false is because it's talking about the Node Children collection that gets returned.doc = new Xml Slurper( /* false, false, false */ ).parse("index.html") [Fatal Error] index.html:: DOCTYPE is disallowed when the feature " set to true.The API is a little screwy, but I think that there are a couple of better ways to look for children.