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NAME

TBX::Min - Read, write and edit TBX-Min files

VERSION

version 0.01

SYNOPSIS

        use TBX::Min;
        my $min = TBX::Min->new('/path/to/file.tbx');
        my $concepts = $min->concepts;

DESCRIPTION

TBX-Min is a minimal, DCT-style dialect of TBX. This module allows you to read, write and edit the contents of TBX-Min data.

METHODS

new_from_xml

Creates a new instance of TBX::Min. The single argument should be either a string pointer containing the TBX-Min XML data or the name of the file containing this data is required.

new

Creates a new TBX::Min instance. Optionally you may pass in a hash reference which is used to initialize the object. The allowed hash fields are title, origin, license, directionality, source_lang and target_lang, which correspond to methods of the same name, and concepts, which should be an array reference containing TBX::Min::ConceptEntry objects.

title

Get or set the document title.

origin

Get or set the document origin string (a note about or the title of the document's origin).

license

Get or set the document license string.

directionality

Get or set the document directionality string. This string represents the direction of translation this document is designed for.

source_lang

Get or set the document source language (abbreviation) string.

target_lang

Get or set the document target language (abbreviation) string.

doc_lang

Get or set the language used in the document outside of LangGroup contents (such as in the title or origin strings.) This should be an abbreviation such as "en".

concepts

Returns an array ref containing the TBX::Min::ConceptEntry objects contained in the document.The array ref is the same one used to store the objects internally, so additions or removals from the array will be reflected in future calls to this method.

add_concept

Adds the input TBX::Min::LangGroup object to the list of language groups contained by this object.

as_xml

Returns a string pointer containing an XML representation of this TBX-Min document.

AUTHOR

Nathan Glenn <garfieldnate@gmail.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2013 by Alan Melby.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.