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       Tree::Simple::Visitor::PathToRoot - A Visitor for finding the path back a Tree::Simple
       object's root


         use Tree::Simple::Visitor::PathToRoot;

         # create an instance of our visitor
         my $visitor = Tree::Simple::Visitor::PathToRoot->new();

         # pass the visitor to a Tree::Simple object

         # now get the accumulated path as a string
         # with the '/' character as the delimiter
         print $visitor->getPathAsString("/");

         # include the tree's trunk in your
         # output as well

         # for more complex node objects, you can specify
         # a node filter which will be used to extract the
         # information desired from each node
         $visitor->setNodeFilter(sub {
                       my ($t) = @_;
                       return $t->getNodeValue()->description();

         # you can also get the path back as an array
         my @path = $visitor->getPath();


       Given a Tree::Simple object, this Visitor will find the path back to the tree's root node.


       new There are no arguments to the constructor the object will be in its default state. You
           can use the "includeTrunk" and "setNodeFilter" methods to customize its behavior.

       includeTrunk ($boolean)
           Based upon the value of $boolean, this will tell the visitor to collect the trunk of
           the tree as well.

       setNodeFilter ($filter_function)
           This method accepts a CODE reference as its $filter_function argument and throws an
           exception if it is not a code reference. This code reference is used to filter the
           tree nodes as they are collected. This can be used to customize output, or to gather
           specific information from a more complex tree node. The filter function should accept
           a single argument, which is the current Tree::Simple object.

       visit ($tree)
           This is the method that is used by Tree::Simple's "accept" method. It can also be used
           on its own, it requires the $tree argument to be a Tree::Simple object (or derived
           from a Tree::Simple object), and will throw and exception otherwise.

           This will return the collected path as an array, or in scalar context, as an array

       getPathAsString ($delimiter)
           This will return the collected path as a string with the path elements joined by a
           $delimiter. If no $delimiter is specified, the default (', ') will be used.


       None that I am aware of. Of course, if you find a bug, let me know, and I will be sure to
       fix it.


       See the CODE COVERAGE section in Tree::Simple::VisitorFactory for more information.


       These Visitor classes are all subclasses of Tree::Simple::Visitor, which can be found in
       the Tree::Simple module, you should refer to that module for more information.


       stevan little, <>


       Copyright 2004, 2005 by Infinity Interactive, Inc.


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