package Geo::Coder::Many::OpenCage;

use warnings;
use strict;
use Carp;
use Geo::Coder::Many::Util;
use base 'Geo::Coder::Many::Generic';

=head1 NAME

Geo::Coder::Many::OpenCage - OpenCage plugin for Geo::Coder::Many

=head1 VERSION

Version 0.01

=cut

our $VERSION = '0.01';

# Requires Geo::Coder::OpenCage 0.01 or above
sub _MIN_MODULE_VERSION { return '0.01'; }

=head1 SYNOPSIS

This module adds OpenCage Geocoder support to Geo::Coder::Many.

Use as follows:

use Geo::Coder::Many;
use Geo::Coder::OpenCage;
my $options = { };
my $geocoder_many = Geo::Coder::Many->new( $options );
my $OC = Geo::Coder::OpenCage->new({ api_key => $my_OC_api_key });
my $OC_options = {
    geocoder => $OC,
    # This limit should not be taken as necessarily valid.
    # Please check the OpenCage usage policy.
    daily_limit => 1000,
};
$geocoder_many->add_geocoder( $OC_options );
my $location = $geocoder_many->geocode({ location => '82 Clerkenwell Road, London, EC1M 5RF' });

=head1 USAGE POLICY

See http://geocoder.opencagedata.com

=head1 SUBROUTINES/METHODS

=head2 geocode

This is called by Geo::Coder::Many - it sends the geocoding request (via Geo::Coder::OpenCage) and 
extracts the resulting location, returning it in a standard Geo::Coder::Many::Response.

=cut

sub geocode {
    my $self = shift;
    my $location = shift;
    defined $location or croak "Geo::Coder::Many::OpenCage::geocode method must be given a location.";

    my @raw_replies = $self->{GeoCoder}->geocode( location => $location );
    my $response = Geo::Coder::Many::Response->new( { location => $location } );

    my $location_data = [];

    foreach my $raw_reply ( @raw_replies ) {

        my $precision = 0; # unknown
        if (defined($raw_reply->{boundingbox})){
            my $ra_bbox = $raw_reply->{boundingbox};

            $precision =
                Geo::Coder::Many::Util::determine_precision_from_bbox({
                            'lon1' => $ra_bbox->[0],
                            'lat1' => $ra_bbox->[2],
                            'lon2' => $ra_bbox->[1],
                            'lat2' => $ra_bbox->[3],
                 });
        }
        
        my $tmp = {
              address   => $raw_reply->{display_name},
              country   => $raw_reply->{address}{country},
              longitude => $raw_reply->{lon},
              latitude  => $raw_reply->{lat},
              precision => $precision,
        };

        $response->add_response( $tmp, $self->get_name() );
    };

    my $http_response = $self->{GeoCoder}->response();
    $response->set_response_code($http_response->code());

    return $response;
}

=head2 get_name

Returns the name of the geocoder type - used by Geo::Coder::Many

=cut

sub get_name { my $self = shift; return 'opencage ' . $self->{GeoCoder}->VERSION; }

1; # End of Geo::Coder::Many::OpenCage