Rubric::User - a Rubric user
$Id: User.pm,v 1.17 2004/12/07 14:40:47 rjbs Exp $
This class provides an interface to Rubric users. It inherits from Rubric::DBI, which is a Class::DBI class.
username - the user's login name password - the hex md5sum of the user's password email - the user's email address created - the user's date of registration verification_code - the code sent to the user for verification NULL if verified
Every user has_many entries, which are Rubric::Entry objects. They can be retrieved with the
entries accessor, as usual.
A user has as "his" tags all the tags that occur on his entries. There exist a number of accessors for his tag list.
This returns an arrayref of all the user's tags in their database colation order.
This returns an arrayref of arrayrefs, each containing a tag name and the number of entries tagged with that tag. The pairs are sorted in colation order by tag name.
This method returns a reference to an array of tags related to all the given tags. Tags are related if they occur together on entries.
This is the obvious conjunction of
tags_counted. It returns an arrayref of arrayrefs, each a pair of tag/occurance values.
The created column is stored as seconds since epoch, but inflated to Time::Piece objects.
This method creates or udpates an entry for the user. The passed entry should include the following data:
uri - the URI for the entry tags - the tags for the entry, as a space delimited string title - the title for the entry description - the description for the entry body - the body for the entry
If an entry for the link exists, it is updated. Existing tags are replaced with the new tags. If no entry exists, the Rubric::Link is created if needed, and a new entry is then created.
The Rubric::Entry object is returned.
If the given code matches this user's
verification_code, the user will be verified; that is, his
verification_code will be undefined.
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Copyright 2004 Ricardo SIGNES. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.