Rubric::Entry - a single entry made by a user
$Id: Entry.pm,v 1.12 2004/12/02 04:07:43 rjbs Exp $
This class provides an interface to Rubric entries. It inherits from Rubric::DBI, which is a Class::DBI class.
id - a unique identifier link - the link to which the entry refers user - the user who made the entry title - the title of the link's destination description - a short description of the entry body - a long body of text for the entry created - the time when the entry was first created modified - the time when the entry was last modified
The link attribute returns a Rubric::Link.
The user attribute returns a Rubric::User.
Every entry has_many tags that describe it. The
tags method will return the tags, and the
entrytags method will return the Rubric::EntryTag objects that represent them.
This method returns a reference to an array of arrayrefs, each a (tag, count) pair for tags used on the week's 50 most recent entries.
The created and modified columns are stored as seconds since epoch, but inflated to Time::Piece objects.
The arguments to
by_tag indicate the tags and users for which to search. (The built-in Class::DBI search method can't handle this kind of search.)
user - the user whose tags to search (can be undef) tags - an arrayref of tag names body - whether entries must have bodies (T, F, or undef) link - whether entries must have a link (T, F, or undef)
This returns a list or Class::DBI::Iterator, depending on context.
This method replaces all entry's current tags with the new set of tags.
This (class) method takes a string of tags, delimited by whitespace, and returns a reference to an array of the tags, dropping invalid tags.
Valid tags (shouldn't this be documented somewhere else instead?) may contain letters, numbers, underscores, colons, dots, and asterisks.
Please report any bugs or feature requests to
email@example.com, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org. I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.
Copyright 2004 Ricardo SIGNES. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.