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XML::Atom::Client - A client for the Atom API
use XML::Atom::Client; use XML::Atom::Entry; my $api = XML::Atom::Client->new; $api->username('Melody'); $api->password('Nelson'); my $entry = XML::Atom::Entry->new; $entry->title('New Post'); $entry->content('Content of my post.'); my $EditURI = $api->createEntry($PostURI, $entry); my $feed = $api->getFeed($FeedURI); my @entries = $feed->entries; my $entry = $api->getEntry($EditURI);
XML::Atom::Client implements a client for the Atom API described at http://bitworking.org/projects/atom/draft-gregorio-09.html, with the authentication scheme described at http://www.intertwingly.net/wiki/pie/DifferentlyAbledClients.
NOTE: the API, and particularly the authentication scheme, are still in flux.
XML::Atom::Client supports both the REST and SOAP-wrapper versions of the Atom API. By default, the REST version of the API will be used, but you can turn on the SOAP wrapper--for example, if you need to connect to a server that supports only the SOAP wrapper--by calling use_soap with a value of
If called without arguments, returns the current value of the flag.
If called with an argument, sets the username for login to $username.
Returns the current username that will be used when logging in to the Atom server.
If called with an argument, sets the password for login to $password.
Returns the current password that will be used when logging in to the Atom server.
Creates a new entry.
$entry must be an XML::Atom::Entry object.
Retrieves the entry with the given URL $EditURI.
Returns an XML::Atom::Entry object.
Updates the entry at URL $EditURI with the entry $entry, which must be an XML::Atom::Entry object.
Returns true on success, false otherwise.
Deletes the entry at URL $EditURI.
Retrieves the feed at $FeedURI.
Returns an XML::Atom::Feed object representing the feed returned from the server.
undef on error, and the error message can be retrieved using the errstr method.
Please see the XML::Atom manpage for author, copyright, and license information.