Author image Alberto Attilio Reggiori

NAME

RDFStore::Serilizer::RSS - Serialise a model/graph to its XML RSS1.0 representation

SYNOPSIS

        use RDFStore::Serializer::RSS;

        my $model= new RDFStore::Model();
        $model->add($statement);
        $model->add($statement1);
        $model->add($statement2);

        my $serializer = new RDFStore::Serializer::RSS;

        my $rdf_strawman = $serializer->serialize( $model ); # serialise model to a string in-memory
        my $rdf_strawman = $serializer->serialize( $model, undef, {}, $base ); # using xml:base
        my $rdf_strawman = $serializer->serialize( $model, undef, { 'http://purl.org/rss/1.0/' => blog } ); # using my blog namespace

        $serializer->serialize( $model, *STREAM ); # serialise model to a given descriptor (stream)

DESCRIPTION

An RDFStore::Model serializer to its XML RSS1.0 representation - see http://purl.org/rss/1.0/

CONSTRUCTORS

The following methods construct RDFStore::Serializer::RSS :

new ()
 Create an new RDFStore::Serializer object to serialize and RDFStore::Model.

METHODS

write ( MODEL [ , FILEHANDLE_REF, NAMESPACES, BASE ] )
 Write out the given MODEL to FILEHANDLE_REF (or in-memory string if not passed) using a given list of NAMESPACES and xml:base BASE if passed. The NAMESPACES hash ref contains a list of namespace values (URI refs) and prefix names - see RDFStore::Vocabulary::Generator(3). By default the output is returned from the method into a string otheriwse a valid (and opened) FILEHANLDE_REF can be passed, which will be being printed to.
serialize ( MODEL [ , FILEHANDLE_REF, NAMESPACES, BASE ] )
 Same as write method above.

SEE ALSO

 RDFStore::Model(3) RDFStore::Serializer(3) RDFStore::Parser::RDFXML(3)

 http://purl.org/rss/1.0/

AUTHOR

        Alberto Reggiori <areggiori@webweaving.org>

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