Aaron Straup Cope

NAME

Net::Delicious::Export::Post::XBEL - export your del.icio.us posts as XBEL SAX events

SYNOPSIS

 use Net::Delicious;
 use Net::Delicious::Export::Post::XBEL;

 use IO::AtomicFile;
 use XML::SAX::Writer;

 my $fh     = IO::AtomicFile->open("/my/posts.xbel","w");
 my $writer = XML::SAX::Writer->new(Output=>$fh);

 my $del = Net::Delicious->new({...});
 my $exp = Net::Delicious::Export::Post::XBEL->new(Handler=>$writer);

 my $it = $del->posts();
 $exp->by_date($it);

DESCRIPTION

Export your del.icio.us posts as XBEL SAX events.

This package subclasses Net::Delicious::Export.

PACKAGE METHODS

__PACKAGE__->new(\%args)

Valid arguments are :

  • Handler

    A valid handler for Net::Delicious::Export, which is really just a thin wrapper around XML::SAX::Base

Returns a Net::Delicious::Export::Post::XBEL object. Woot!

OBJECT METHODS

$obj->by_date(\%args)

Valid args are

  • posts required

    A Net::Delicios::Iterator object containing the posts you want to export.

  • title

    String.

Returns whatever the handler passed to the object contructor sends back.

$obj->by_tag(\%args)

Valid args are

  • posts required

    A Net::Delicios::Iterator object containing the posts you want to export.

  • title

    String.

  • sort

    Code reference, used as an argument for passing to Perl's sort function.

    The default behaviour is to sort tags alphabetically.

Bookmarks with multiple tags will be added once; subsequent instances of the same bookmark will use XBEL's <alias> element to refer back to the first URL.

Bookmarks for any given tag set will be ordered by their timestamp.

Tags which use del.icio.us' "hierarchical tag" structure will be rendered as nested <folder> elements.

Multiple tags for a bookmark will be ordered alphabetically or using the same sort argument passed to the method.

Returns whatever the handler passed to the object contructor sends back.

VERSION

1.4

DATE

$Date: 2005/12/11 19:17:00 $

AUTHOR

Aaron Straup Cope <ascope@cpan.org>

SEE AlSO

Net::Delicious

Net::Delicious::Export

http://pyxml.sourceforge.net/topics/xbel/

LICENSE

Copyright (c) 2004 Aaron Straup Cope. All Rights Reserved.

This is free software, you may use it and distribute it under the same terms as Perl itself.