Return CML as a String rather than a XOM element

Issue #16 resolved
Daniel Lowe
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OPSIN currently returns CML (Chemical Markup Language) as a XOM element. Changing this interface to a String would allow OPSIN's dependency on XOM to be removed and would provide access to the CML without knowledge of a 3rd party library. On the downside the signature of parseToCML would be changed. This change would be part of a v2.0 release.

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