Provided by: libnet-async-matrix-perl_0.19-1_all bug

NAME

       "Net::Async::Matrix::Utils" - support utilities for Net::Async::Matrix

DESCRIPTION

FUNCTIONS

   parse_formatted_message
          $st = parse_formatted_message( $content )

       Given the content of a "m.room.message" event of "m.text" or "m.emote" type, returns a
       String::Tagged instance containing the text of the message with formatting in
       String::Tagged::Formatting style. If the message is not formatted, or the formatting is of
       a kind not recognised, the plain-text body is returned in an instance with no tags.

       The following formats are recognised:

       org.matrix.custom.html
           This format requires the presence of HTML::TreeBuilder to parse; it will be ignored if
           this module is not available.

            HTML              | String::Tagged::Formatting
            ------------------+---------------------------
            <b>, <strong>     | 'bold'
            <i>, <em>         | 'italic'
            <u>               | 'under'
            <strike>          | 'strike'
            <tt>, <code>      | 'monospace'
            <font color="..." | 'fg'

   build_formatted_message
          $content = build_formatted_message( $str )

       Given a String::Tagged::Formatting instance or plain string, returns a content HASH
       reference encoding the formatting the message. Plain strings are returned simply as a
       plain-text body; formatted instances will be output as formatted content if possible:

       org.matrix.custom.html
           This format is output for formatted messages if String::Tagged::HTML is available.

            String::Tagged::Formatting | HTML
            ---------------------------+--------------------
            'bold'                     | <strong>
            'italic'                   | <em>
            'under'                    | <u>
            'strike'                   | <strike>
            'monospace'                | <code>
            'fg'                       | <font color="...">

AUTHOR

       Paul Evans <leonerd@leonerd.org.uk>