NAME

Net::StackExchange - Access Stack Exchange API from Perl

VERSION

version 0.102740

SYNOPSIS

    use Net::StackExchange;

    my $se = Net::StackExchange->new( {
        'network' => 'stackoverflow.com',
        'version' => '1.0',
    } );

    my $answers_route   = $se->route('answers');
    my $answers_request = $answers_route->prepare_request( { 'id' => '1036353' } );

    $answers_request->body(1);

    my $answers_response = $answers_request ->execute( );
    my $answer           = $answers_response->answers(0);

    print "__Answer__\n";
    print "Title: ", $answer->title(), "\n";
    print "Body: ",  $answer->body (), "\n";

ATTRIBUTES

new

Accepts a hash reference with network and version as keys. Returns a Net::StackExchange object.

  • network

    Sets the network to which API requests should be sent. Valid values are:

          stackoverflow.com
          serverfault.com
          meta.stackoverflow.com
          superuser.com
          stackapps.com
          webapps.stackexchange.com
          gaming.stackexchange.com
          webmasters.stackexchange.com
          cooking.stackexchange.com
          gamedev.stackexchange.com
          gadgets.stackexchange.com
          photo.stackexchange.com
          stats.stackexchange.com
          math.stackexchange.com
          diy.stackexchange.com
          gis.stackexchange.com
          tex.stackexchange.com
          ubuntu.stackexchange.com
          money.stackexchange.com
          english.stackexchange.com
          ui.stackexchange.com
          unix.stackexchange.com
          wordpress.stackexchange.com
          cstheory.stackexchange.com
          apple.stackexchange.com
          rpg.stackexchange.com
  • version

    Sets the API version. Defaults to 1.0.

route

Returns a Net::StackExchange::Route object depending on the route that is passed to it. Valid routes are:

    answers

!!! WARNING !!!

Incomplete implementation. Interface may change.

AUTHOR

Alan Haggai Alavi <alanhaggai@alanhaggai.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2010 by Alan Haggai Alavi.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.