Visitor - a sample Visitor object for Netscape bookmarks
use Netscape::Bookmarks; use Visitor; my $netscape = Netscape::Bookmarks->new( 'Bookmarks.html' ); my $visitor = Visitor->new(); my $netscape->introduce( $visitor );
This class is an example Visitor class for Netscape::Bookmarks. It dispatches the visit to a method depending on what sort of object it visits. For all objects, a short message is output to standard output. For a link object, it calls in HTTP::SimpleLinkChecker if you have it and then checks the link.
You can use this as a starting point for your own Visitor.
No big whoop. It simply creates an uninteresting object that knows it's class so we can dispatch with it.
The Netscape::AcceptVisitors module requires this method. Use visit() to dispatch a visit to the right method. How you do that is up to you.
Beyond that, look at the code.
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