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List::Filter::Storage::MEM - filter storage in memory
use List::Filter::Storage::MEM; my $ffpsm = List::Filter::Storage::MEM->new(); # This is a plugin, not intended for direct use. # See: List:Filter:Storage
List::Filter::Storage::MEM, is a Plug-in to use for "storing" List::Filter filters in memory, so that they can be recalled using the List::Filter::Storage interface that scans through multiple storage locations.
The filter_data structure may be passed in as the "connect_to" parameter, or one will be created internally if one has not been passed in. This may be added to with the "save" method. The entire structure can be extracted with the "filter_data" accessor, or (more typically) filter's may be looked up by name, using the "lookup" method.
Instantiates a new List::Filter::Profile object.
Takes an optional hashref as an argument, with named fields identical to the names of the object attributes.
With no arguments, the newly created filter will be empty.
Initialize object attributes and then lock them down to prevent accidental creation of new ones.
Note: there is no leading underscore on name "init", though it's arguably an "internal" routine (i.e. not likely to be of use to client code).
Given a filter "saves" it in memory.
Returns the ref to the filter object.
Returns a list of all avaliable named filters.
Getter for object attribute filter_data
Setter for object attribute set_filter_data
basic accessors (defined in List::Filter::StorageBase);
Getter for object attribute connect_to
Setter for object attribute set_connect_to
Getter for object attribute owner
Setter for object attribute set_owner
Getter for object attribute password
Setter for object attribute set_password
Getter for object attribute attributes
Setter for object attribute set_attributes
Getter for object attribute extra
Setter for object attribute set_extra
Joseph Brenner, <firstname.lastname@example.org>, 18 May 2007
Copyright (C) 2007 by Joseph Brenner
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.8.2 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.
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