Provided by: libattean-perl_0.021-1_all bug

NAME

       Attean::API::PushParser - Role for parsers that natively call a callback function for each
       parsed item

VERSION

       This document describes Attean::API::PushParser version 0.021

DESCRIPTION

       The Attean::API::PushParser role defines parsers that can efficiently call a callback
       function for each object constructed from the parsed data. This role adds methods that
       builds on this functionality to allow parsing data using different approaches.

ROLES

       This role consumes the Attean::API::Parser role.

REQUIRED METHODS

       Classes consuming this role must provide the following methods:

       "parse_cb_from_io( $fh )"
           Calls the "$parser->handler" function once for each object that result from parsing
           the data read from the IO::Handle object $fh.

       "parse_cb_from_bytes( $data )"
           Calls the "$parser->handler" function once for each object that result from parsing
           the data read from the UTF-8 encoded byte string $data.

METHODS

       This role provides default implementations of the following methods:

       "parse_iter_from_io( $fh )"
           Returns an Attean::API::Iterator that result from parsing the data read from the
           IO::Handle object $fh.

       "parse_iter_from_bytes( $data )"
           Returns an Attean::API::Iterator that result from parsing the data read from the UTF-8
           encoded byte string $data.

       "parse_list_from_io( $fh )"
           Returns a list of all objects that result from parsing the data read from the
           IO::Handle object $fh.

       "parse_list_from_bytes( $data )"
           Returns a list of all objects that result from parsing the data read from the UTF-8
           encoded byte string $data.

BUGS

       Please report any bugs or feature requests to through the GitHub web interface at
       <https://github.com/kasei/attean/issues>.

SEE ALSO

AUTHOR

       Gregory Todd Williams  "<gwilliams@cpan.org>"

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (c) 2014--2018 Gregory Todd Williams.  This program is free software; you can
       redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.