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NAME

WWW::AUR::URI - Generate dynamic URIs for accessing the AUR

DESCRIPTION

This is a collection of functions used internally by other modules in the WWW-AUR distribution. For advanced users only.

EXPORTS

This module exports nothing by default. You must explicitly import functions or import the all tag to import all functions.

  use WWW::AUR::URI qw( pkgfile_uri pkgbuild_uri pkg_uri rpc_uri );
  use WWW::AUR::URI qw( :all );

FUNCTIONS

pkgfile_uri

  $URI = pkgfile_uri( $PKGNAME )
$PKGNAME

The name of the package.

$URI

The URI to the source package tarball.

pkgbuild_uri

  $URI = pkgbuild_uri( $PKGNAME )
$PKGNAME

The name of the package.

$URI

The URI to the conveniently extracted PKGBUILD file.

pkg_uri

  $URI = pkg_uri( %QUERY_PARAMS )

This generates a URI for the http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php webpage. The one that shows package information and comments, etc.

%QUERY_PARAMS

You can supply whatever query parameters that you want. You might want to look at the AUR's HTML source to learn how they work.

One special parameter that acts differently is the 'https' parameter. If this key exists and its value is a truthy value, then the URI is given as an https link and not an http link. The 'https' parameter is also not passed in as a query parameter.

$URI

The URI to packages.php with query parameters appended.

rpc_uri

  $URI = rpc_uri( $METHOD, $ARG )

Generates a URI for the http://aur.archlinux.org/rpc.php page.

$METHOD

The RPC "method" to use. Possible values include: "search", "info", or "msearch".

$ARG

The RPC "argument" to give to the "method".

$URI

The URI to the rpc.php page with query parameters attached.

SEE ALSO

WWW::AUR

AUTHOR

Justin Davis, <juster at cpan dot org>

BUGS

Please email me any bugs you find. I will try to fix them as quick as I can.

SUPPORT

Send me an email if you have any questions or need help.

LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2011 Justin Davis.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either: the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; or the Artistic License.

See http://dev.perl.org/licenses/ for more information.