LexEv XMLReader - Convert lexical events such as entity references and cdata sections into markup LexEv XMLReader - Convert lexical events such as entity references and cdata sections into markup Options You can control the following features of LexEv: enable/disable the marking up of entity references enable/disable the marking up of character references enable/disable the marking up of CDATA sections set the default namespace for the CDATA section markup enable/disable the reporting of the DOCTYPE enable/disable the marking up of comments You can set these through the API (if you are including LexEv in an application), or from the command line using the following system properties: com.andrewjwelch.lexev.inline-entities com.andrewjwelch.lexev.character-references com.andrewjwelch.lexev.cdata com.andrewjwelch.doctype.cdataNamespace com.andrewjwelch.lexev.doctype com.andrewjwelch.lexev.comments For example to set a system property from the command line you use: -Dcom.andrewjwelch.lexev.comments=false
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