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WWW::Myspace::FriendChanges - Track additions/deletions to your friends list
Returns a list of friends that have been added or deleted since the last run.
use WWW::Myspace; use WWW::Myspace::FriendChanges; my $myspace = new WWW::Myspace; my $foo = WWW::Myspace::FriendChanges->new( $myspace ); OR my $foo = WWW::Myspace::FriendChanges->new( $myspace, $cache_file ) # Get the list of deleted friends. @deleted_friends = $foo->deleted_friends; # Get the list of new friends @added_friends = $foo->added_friends; # Write the current friend list into the cache file. $foo->write_cache;
The new method requires 1 argument (a WWW::Myspace object), and takes an optional second argument, a filename for the cache file. The cache file defaults to "friendcache" in the WWW::Myspace cache_dir. You can set it using the "new" method or using the "cache_file" method.
Sets the cache file. You should use "cache_file" instead. This method is only for backwards compatibility.
Sets or returns the current cache filename.
my $cache_file = $friend_changes->cache_file; print $cache_file;
"filename" is used as the file from/to which we read/write the list of friends. Setting the cache filename also clears the internal last_friends list.
Writes out the current list of friends to the cache file.
Returns a list of the IDs of friends that have disappeared since the last cache list was saved. The first time it's called it searches the friends lists and caches the list of deleted friends within the object data.
Usage: use WWW::Myspace; use WWW::Myspace::FriendChanges; my $myspace = new WWW::Myspace; my $friend_changes = new FriendChanges( $myspace ); my @deleted_friends = $friend_changes->deleted_friends;
Returns a list of the IDs of friends that have been added since the last cache list was saved.
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Please report any bugs or feature requests to
bug-www-myspace at rt.cpan.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=WWW-Myspace. I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.
You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.
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Copyright 2005 Grant Grueninger, all rights reserved.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.