Kentaro Kuribayashi

NAME

WWW::HatenaDiary - CRUD interface to Hatena::Diary

SYNOPSIS

  use WWW::HatenaDiary;

  my $diary = WWW::HatenaDiary->new({
      username => $username,
      password => $password,
      group    => $group,
      mech_opt => {
          timeout    => $timeout,
          cookie_jar => HTTP::Cookies->new(...),
      },
  });

  # Or just pass a WWW::HatenaLogin object like below if you already have it.
  # See the POD of it for details
  my $diary = WWW::HatenaDiary->new({
      login => $login                 # it's a WWW::HatenaLogin object
  });

  # Check if already logged in to Hatena::Diary
  # If you have a valid cookie, you can omit this process
  if (!$diary->is_loggedin) {
      $diary->login({
          username => $username,
          password => $password,
      });
  }

  # Create
  my $edit_uri = $diary->create({
      title => $title,
      body  => $body,
  });

  $diary->create_day({
      date  => $date,     # $date must be YYYY-MM-DD formatted string
      title => $title,
      body  => $body,
  });

  # Retrieve
  my $post = $diary->retrieve({
      uri  => $edit_uri,
  })

  my $day  = $diary->retrieve_day({
      date => $date,     # $date must be YYYY-MM-DD formatted string
  });

  # Update
  $edit_uri = $diary->update({
      uri   => $edit_uri,
      title => $new_title,
      body  => $new_body,
  });

  $diary->update_day({
      date  => $date,     # $date must be YYYY-MM-DD formatted string
      title => $new_title,
      body  => $new_body,
  });

  # Delete
  $diary->delete({
      uri => $edit_uri,
  });

  $diary->delete_day({,
      date => $date,     # $date must be YYYY-MM-DD formatted string
  });

DESCRIPTION

WWW::HatenaDiary provides a CRUD interface to Hatena::Diary, aiming to help you efficiently communicate with the service with programmatic ways.

This module is, so far, for those who want to write some tools not only to retrieve data from diaries, but also to create/update/delete the posts at the same time. Which is why I adopted the way as if this module treats such API like AtomPub, and this module retrieves and returns a raw formatted post content not a data already converted to HTML.

METHODS

new ( \%args )

      my $diary = WWW::HatenaDiary->new({
          username => $username,
          password => $password,
          group    => $group,
          mech_opt => {
              timeout    => $timeout,
              cookie_jar => HTTP::Cookies->new(...),
          },
      });
    
      # or...
    
      my $diary = WWW::HatenaDiary->new({
          login => $login                 # it's a WWW::HatenaLogin object
      });

    Creates and returns a new WWW::HatenaDiary object. If you have a valid cookie and pass it into this method as one of mech_opt, you can omit username and password. Even in that case, you might want to check if the user agent already logs in to Hatena::Diary using is_loggedin method below.

    group field is optional, which will be required if you want to work with your diary on Hatena::Group.

    mech_opt field is optional. You can use it to customize the behavior of this module in the way you like. See the POD of WWW::Mechanize for more details.

    login field is also optional. If you already have a WWW::HatenaLogin object, you can use it to communicate with Hatena::Diary after just passing it as the value of the field. See the POD of WWW::HatenaLogin for more details.

is_loggedin ()

      if(!$diary->is_loggedin) {
          ...
      }

    Checks if $diary object already logs in to Hatena::Diary.

login ( [\%args] )

      $diary->login({
          username => $username,
          password => $password,
      });

    Logs in to Hatena::Diary using username and password. If either username or password isn't passed into this method, the values which are passed into new method above will be used.

create ( \%args )

      my $edit_uri = $diary->create({
          title => $title,
          body  => $body,
      });

    Creates a new post and returns a URI as a URI object for you to retrieve/update/delete the post later on.

create_day ( \%args )

      $diary->create_day({
          date  => $date,   # $date must be YYYY-MM-DD formatted string
          title => $title,
          body  => $body,
      });

    Creates a new date-based container of the date.

    body must be a Hatena::Diary style formatted data, that is, this method emulates the way when you write a post on your browser and send it via the form.

    This method is actually only an alias of update_day method described below, so that you should be sure this method erases and updates your existing entries against your expectation if the container of date already exists.

retrieve ( \%args )

      my $post = $diary->retrieve({
          uri => $edit_uri,
      })

    Retrieves the post for uri.

    • title

      Title of the post.

    • body

      Content of the post as a raw formatted data.

    • editable

      Flag if you're authorized to edit the post or not.

    • rkm

      Token which is internally used when this module sends a request. You needn't care about it.

retrieve_day ( \%args )

      my $day  = $diary->retrieve_day({
          date => $date, # $date must be YYYY-MM-DD formatted string
      });

    Retrieves the title and body for date as a reference to a hash that contains title and body field. So far, this method gets only the raw formatted content of the post.

update ( \%args )

      $edit_uri = $diary->update({
          uri   => $edit_uri,
          title => $new_title,
          body  => $new_body,
      });

    Updates the post for uri and returns the URI as a URI object for you to do with the post still more.

update_day ( \%args )

      $diary->update_day({
          date  => $date,     # $date must be YYYY-MM-DD formatted string
          title => $new_title,
          body  => $new_body,
      });

    Updates whole the posts of the date.

    body must be a Hatena::Diary style formatted data, that is, this method emulates the way when you write a post on your browser and send it via the form.

delete ( \%args )

      $diary->delete({
          uri => $edit_uri,
      });

    Deletes the post for uri.

delete_day ( \%args )

      $diary->delete_day({
          date => $date, # $date must be YYYY-MM-DD formatted string
      });

    Deletes whole the posts of the date.

SEE ALSO

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

typester++ for some codes copied from Fuse::Hatena.

Yappo++ for improving this module using WWW::HatenaLogin

AUTHOR

Tokuhiro Matsuno <tokuhirom gmail com>

Kentaro Kuribayashi <kentaro cpan org>

LICENSE

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




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