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NAME

Pod::Weaver::Section::Badges - Add (or append) a section with badges

Requires Perl 5.10+ Travis status Distribution kwalitee CPAN Testers result coverage 81.0%

VERSION

Version 0.0402, released 2016-02-20.

SYNOPSIS

    ; in weaver.ini
    [Badges]
    section = BUILD STATUS
    formats = html
    badge = Travis
    badge = Gratipay
    -travis_user = MyGithubUser
    -travis_repo = the_repository
    -travis_branch = master
    -gratipay_user = ExampleName

DESCRIPTION

This inserts a section with status badges. The configuration in the synopsis would produce something similar to this:

    =head1 BUILD STATUS

    =begin HTML

    <p>
        <a href="https://travis-ci.org/MyGithubUser/the_repository"><img src="https://travis-ci.org/MyGithubUser/the_repository.svg?branch=master" /></a>
        <img src="https://img.shields.io/gratipay/ExampleName.svg" />
    </p>

    =end HTML

This module uses badges in the Badge::Depot::Plugin namespace. See Task::Badge::Depot for a list of available badges. The synopsis uses the Badge::Depot::Plugin::Travis and Badge::Depot::Plugin::Gratipay badges.

Attributes starting with a dash (such as, in the synopsis, -travis_user or -gratipay_user) are given to each badge's constructor.

Badge rendering

As a comparison with using badges and Badge::Depot directly, this is what Pod::Weaver::Section::Badges does.

First, with this part of the synopsis:

    [Badges]
    badge = Gratipay
    -gratipay_user = ExampleName

badge = Gratipay means that Badge::Depot::Plugin::Gratipay is automatically used.

Secondly, -gratipay_user = Example means that this attribute is for the Gratipay badge, so the prefix (-gratipay_) is stripped and the attribute is given in the constructor:

    my $gratipay_badge = Badge::Depot::Plugin::Gratipay->new(user => 'ExampleName');

And then the given formats is used to render the pod:

    my $rendered_badge = $gratipay_badge->to_html;

Which is then injected into the chosen section.

ATTRIBUTES

formats

ArrayRef [ Enum [ "html","markdown" ] ] required read-only

The formats to render the badges for. Comma separated list, not multiple rows.

badge

ArrayRef [ Str ] optional, default: [] read-only

The name of the wanted badge, lowercased. Repeat for multiple badges. The name is everything after 'Badge::Depot::Plugin::'.

main_module_only

Bool optional, default: 1 read-only

If true, the badges will only be inserted in the main module (as defined by Dist::Zilla). If false, they will be included in all modules.

section

Str optional, default: NAME read-only

The section of pod to add the badges to, identified by its heading. The section will be created if it doesn't already exist.

skip_markdown_if_html

Bool optional, default: 1 read-only

Some markdown renderers also renders '=begin html' blocks, which makes it unnecessary to set both html and markdown as output formats. Set this to a false value to produce both blocks.

SEE ALSO

BADGES

SOURCE

https://github.com/Csson/p5-Pod-Weaver-Section-Badges

HOMEPAGE

https://metacpan.org/release/Pod-Weaver-Section-Badges

AUTHOR

Erik Carlsson <info@code301.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2016 by Erik Carlsson.

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