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       Color::Palette - a set of named colors


       version 0.100003


       The libraries in the Color-Palette distribution are meant to make it easy to build sets of
       named colors, and to write applications that can define and validate the color names they

       For example, a color palette might contain the following data:

         highlights => #f0f000
         background => #333
         sidebarBackground => #88d
         sidebarText       => 'highlights'
         sidebarBoder      => 'sidebarText'

       Colors can be defined by a color specifier (a Graphics::Color object, a CSS-style hex
       triple, or an arrayref of RGB values) or by a name of another color that appears in the
       palette.  If colors are defined in terms of another color that doesn't exist, an exception
       will be raised.

       Applications that wish to use color palettes can provide schemas that define the names
       they expect to be present in a palette.  These schemas are Color::Palette::Schema objects.

       A palette can be checked against a schema with the schema's "check" method, or may be
       reduced to the minimal set of colors needed to satisfy the schema with the palette's
       "optimized_for" method.


       This attribute is a hashref.  Keys are color names and values are either Color objects or
       names of other colors.  To get at the color object for a name consult the "color" method.


         my $color_obj = $palette->color('extremeHighlight');

       This method will return the Color object to be used for the given name.

         my @names = $palette->color_names;

       This method returns a list of all color names the object knows about.

         my $triple_for = $palette->as_css_hash

       This method returns a hashref.  Every color name known to the palette has an entry, and
       the value is the CSS-safe hex string for the resolved color.  For example, the output for
       the color scheme in the "DESCRIPTION" section would be:

           highlights => '#f0f000',
           background => '#333333',
           sidebarBackground => #8888dd',
           sidebarText       => #f0f000',
           sidebarBoder      => #f0f000',

         my $hashref = $palette->as_strict_css_hash;

       This method behaves just like "as_css_hash", but the returned hashref is tied so that
       trying to read values for keys that do not exist is fatal.  The hash may also become read-
       only in the future.

         my $optimized_palette = $palette->optimized_for($schema);

       This method returns a new palette containing only the colors needed to fulfill the
       requirements of the given schema.  This is useful for reducing a large palette to the
       small set that must be embedded in a document.

       "optimize_for" redispatches to this method for historical reasons.


       Ricardo SIGNES <>


       This software is copyright (c) 2013 by Ricardo SIGNES.

       This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as
       the Perl 5 programming language system itself.