- SEE ALSO
RDF::vCard - convert between RDF and vCard
use RDF::vCard; use RDF::TrineShortcuts qw(rdf_string); my $input = "http://example.com/contact-data.rdf"; my $exporter = RDF::vCard::Exporter->new; my $data = join '', $exporter->export_cards($input); print $data; # vCard 3.0 data my $importer = RDF::vCard::Importer->new; $importer->import_string($data); print rdf_string($importer->model => 'RDFXML');
This module doesn't do anything itself; it just loads RDF::vCard::Exporter and RDF::vCard::Importer for you.
RDF::vCard::Importer does the reverse.
An RDF::vCard::Entity objects is an individual vCard. It overloads stringification, so just treat it like a string.
RDF::vCard::Entity::WithXmlSupport is a subclass of RDF::vCard::Entity, with a
to_xml method. It requires XML::LibXML to be installed and working. The importer and exporter will try to create these if possible.
RDF::vCard::Line is internal fu that you probably don't want to touch.
If your RDF asserts that Alice is Bob's AGENT and Bob is Alice's AGENT, then RDF::vCard::Export will eat your face. Don't do it.
Please report any other bugs to https://rt.cpan.org/Public/Dist/Display.html?Name=RDF-vCard.
Toby Inkster <email@example.com>.
Copyright 2011 Toby Inkster
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.