Author image Marc Bradshaw
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NAME

Mail::AuthenticationResults::FoldableHeader - Class for modelling a foldable header string

VERSION

version 1.20210112.1

DESCRIPTION

Class representing a foldable Authentication Results header string

METHODS

new( $args )

Return a new instance of this class

eol()

Return the current eol marker.

set_eol( $eol )

Set the current eol marker.

indent()

Return the current base indent string.

Defaults to 4 spaces.

set_indent( $indent )

Set the current base indent string.

sub_indent()

Return the current fold indent string. This is added to the current indent for folded headers.

Defaults to 2 spaces.

set_sub_indent( $indent )

Set the current fold indent string.

try_fold_at()

Return the length of header line for triggering a fold attempt

set_try_fold_at( $length )

Set the length of header line for triggering a fold attempt.

Defaults to 800.

force_fold_at()

Return the length of header line for forcing a fold.

set_force_fold_at( $length )

Set the length of header line for forcing a fold.

Defaults to 900.

string( $string )

Add $string to this header string

In this context, string can include a quoted string, or a string with assignment operators embedded within it. A string is a unit of data which we do not want to break with a fold.

space( $string )

Add a space $string to this header string

In this context, a space can be a single space, multiple spaces, or a folding space. A space is a unit of data which would be an ideal spot to insert a fold.

separator( $string )

Add a separator $string to this header string

In this context, a separator is the ; string or the / string.

comment( $string )

Add a comment $string to this header string

In this context, a comment is a comment string. A comment is a unit of data which we do not want to break with a fold.

assignment( $string )

Add an assignment $string to this header string

In this context, as assignment is the = string.

as_string()

Return the current header string

AUTHOR

Marc Bradshaw <marc@marcbradshaw.net>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2020 by Marc Bradshaw.

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