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       Pod::Tree::PerlMap - map names to URLs


         $perl_map = new Pod::Tree::PerlMap;

         $perl_map->add_page  ($name, $file);
         $perl_map->add_func  ($func, $file);
         $perl_map->set_depth ($depth);

         ($base, $page, $section) = $perl_map->map($base, $page, $section);


       "Pod::Tree::PerlMap" maps L<> markups to URLs.

       The "Pod::Tree::Perl*" translators make entries in the map.  "Pod::Tree::HTML" uses the
       map to translate links before it emits them.


       $perl_map->"add_page"($name, $file)
           Map $name to $file.  $name is the name of a POD, as used in L<> markups.  $file is the
           path to the HTML file that is the target of the link.

       $perl_map->"add_func"($func, $file)
           Maps $func to $file.  $func is the name of a function described in perlfunc.pod.
           $file is the name of the HTML file where it is described.

           Controls interpretation of links of the form L<func>.

           If $state is true, calls to "map" will interpret L<func> as L<perlfunc/func>.

           If $state is false, calls to "map" will interpret L<func> normally.

           Informs $perl_map of the depth of the referring page in the HTML directory tree.
           $perl_map needs to know this so that it can construct relative links.

       ($base, $page, $section) = $perl_map->"map"($base, $page, $section)
           Remaps a link.

           $base is the base URL for the HTML page, if any.  $page is the page given in an L<>
           markup.  $section is the section given in the L<> markup, if any.

           "map" returns a new $base, $page, and $section that can be used to construct a link to
           the HTML page.






       Steven McDougall,


       Copyright (c) 2000 by Steven McDougall.  This module is free software; you can
       redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl.