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compilation-information.txt
manpage-qdinfo.dat.txt
qd-output-example-linux.txt
qd-output-example-osx-from-linux.txt
qd-output-example-osx.txt
qd-xml-output-example-linux.txt
qd-xml-output.dtd
qd.c-defines.txt
update-qd.log
update-qd.txt
xml-ouput.txt

qd / queue.dat documentation
Using qd HOWTO
Dick Howells F@H Tools Page
$ cat xml-ouput.txt
XML Output
==========

Since functional revision 034 it is possible to have qd print its output as 
Well Formed XML data. 

The XML output is invoked with the -x parameter, and overrides the switches:
-l (Format for log entry data),
-L (Format for log entry data with specified ID string), and
-d (Print debug dump). 
This means that you cannot have qd print its output in XML when formatted for
log entries, and that debug output will not be printed if XML is enabled.

The XML output can be used combined with the switch:
-c (Compact format (omit several lines)).
This will result in less XML data in the output, just like in the normal 
output mode.

In qd-tools v0.5.1 the script qd2xml.pl was added. This script can convert 
normal qd output to its new XML variant.
This tool is usefull if you have qd output saved to file and wish to use that
data in XML form, now that all new data is possible to be output in XML.

Since functional revision 038 it is possible to have Valid XML output via the 
-X switch. The output is the same as if you were to use -x, except that this 
also includes an inline DTD in the DOCTYPE of the XML output.

As of functional revision 039, the DTD has been changed. All tags were in 
lowercase except for CPU and OS. These two have now been changed to lowercase 
too. 


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