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       URI::NamespaceMap - Class holding a collection of namespaces


       Version 1.06


         use URI::NamespaceMap;
         my $map = URI::NamespaceMap->new( { xsd => '' } );
         my $foaf = URI::Namespace->new( '' );
         $map->add_mapping(foaf => $foaf);
         $map->add_mapping(rdf => '' );
         $map->list_prefixes;  #  ( 'foaf', 'rdf', 'xsd' )
         $map->foaf; # Returns URI::Namespace object
         while (my ($prefix, $nsURI) = $map->each_map) {
                $node->setNamespace($nsURI->as_string, $prefix); # For use with XML::LibXML


       This module provides an object to manage multiple namespaces for creating URI::Namespace
       objects and for serializing.


       "new ( [ \%namespaces | @prefixes | @uris ] )"
           Returns a new namespace map object. You can pass a hash reference with mappings from
           local names to namespace URIs (given as string or RDF::Trine::Node::Resource) or
           namespaces_map with a hashref. You may also pass an arrayref containing just prefixes
           and/or namespace URIs, and the module will try to guess the missing part. To use this
           feature, you need RDF::NS::Curated, RDF::NS, XML::CommonNS or RDF::Prefixes, or
           preferably all of them.

       "add_mapping ( $name => $uri )"
           Adds a new namespace to the map. The namespace URI can be passed as string or a
           URI::Namespace object.

       "remove_mapping ( $name )"
           Removes a namespace from the map given a prefix.

       "namespace_uri ( $name )"
           Returns the URI::Namespace object (if any) associated with the given prefix.

           This module creates a method for all the prefixes, so you can say e.g.


           and get a URI::Namespace object for the FOAF namespace. Since URI::Namespace does the
           same for local names, you can then say e.g.


           to get a full URI.

           Returns an array of URI::Namespace objects with all the namespaces.

           Returns an array of prefixes.

           Returns an 2-element list where the first element is a prefix and the second is the
           corresponding URI::Namespace object.

       "guess_and_add ( @string_or_uri )"
           Like in the constructor, an array of strings can be given, and the module will attempt
           to guess appropriate mappings, and add them to the map.

       "uri ( $prefixed_name )"
           Returns a URI for an abbreviated string such as 'foaf:Person'.

       prefix_for "uri ($uri)"
           Returns the associated prefix (or potentially multiple prefixes, when called in list
           context) for the given URI.

       abbreviate "uri ($uri)"
           Complement to "namespace_uri". Returns the given URI in "foo:bar" format or "undef" if
           it wasn't matched, therefore the idiom

               my $str = $nsmap->abbreviate($uri_node) || $uri->as_string;

           may be useful for certain serialization tasks.


       Avoid using the names 'can', 'isa', 'VERSION', and 'DOES' as namespace prefix, because
       these names are defined as method for every Perl object by default. The method names 'new'
       and 'uri' are also forbidden. Names of methods of Moose::Object must also be avoided.

       Using them will result in an error.


       Chris Prather, "<>" Kjetil Kjernsmo, "<>" Gregory Todd
       Williams, "<>" Toby Inkster, "<>"


       Dorian Taylor Paul Williams


       Please report any bugs using github <>


       You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.

           perldoc URI::NamespaceMap


       Copyright 2012,2013,2014,2015,2016,2017,2018 Gregory Todd Williams, Chris Prather and
       Kjetil Kjernsmo

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