Class that represents metadata element of OPF document. Provides information about the publication as a whole
Create new object
Encode object to XML form using XML::Writer instance
Add author of the document. For details see add_contributor.
- add_creator($name, [fileas => $formal_name, role => $role])
Add primary creator or author of the publication of the publication. See add_contributor for details
- add_contributor($name, [fileas => $formal_name, role =>])
Add person/organization that contributed to publication. $name is the name in human-readable form, e.g. "Arthur Conan Doyle", $formal_name is in form, suitable for machine processing, e.g. "Doyle, Arthur Conan". $role reflects kind of contribution to document. See Section 2.2.6 of OPF specification for list of possible values http://www.idpf.org/2007/opf/OPF_2.0_final_spec.html#Section2.2.6
The extent or scope of the content of the resource.
- add_date($date, [$event])
Date of publication, in the format defined by "Date and Time Formats" at http://www.w3.org/TR/NOTE-datetime and by ISO 8601 on which it is based. In particular, dates without times are represented in the form YYYY[-MM[-DD]]: a required 4-digit year, an optional 2-digit month, and if the month is given, an optional 2-digit day of month. $event is an optional description of event that date refers to. Possible values may include: creation, publication, and modification.
Add description of the publication content
- add_identifier($ident, [$scheme])
Add unique identifier of the publication. $scheme is an optional paramater to specify identification system of this particular identifier. e.g. ISBN, DOI
- add_meta_item($name, $value)
Add metadata item that does not belong to Dublin Core specification. Metadata is set by simple name/value pair.
The media type or dimensions of the resource. Best practice is to use a value from a controlled vocabulary (e.g. MIME media types).
Add language of the content of the publication. $lang must comply with RFC 3066 (see http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3066.txt)
An entity responsible for making the resource available
An identifier of an auxiliary resource and its relationship to the publication.
A statement about rights, or a reference to one. In this specification, the copyright notice and any further rights description should appear directly.
Information regarding a prior resource from which the publication was derived
Add subject of the publication
Add title of the publication
- add_translator($name, [$formal_name])
Add translator of the document. $name is in human-readable form, e.g. "Arthur Conan Doyle", $formal_name is in form, suitable for machine processing, e.g. "Doyle, Arthur Conan"
type includes terms describing general categories, functions, genres, or aggregation levels for content. The advised best practice is to select a value from a controlled vocabulary.
Oleksandr Tymoshenko, <email@example.com>
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Copyright 2009, 2010 Oleksandr Tymoshenko.
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