Provided by: publican_2.8-2_all bug

NAME

       Publican::CreateBrand - A module for generating new brand boilerplate.

VERSION

       This document describes Publican::CreateBrand version 0.1

SYNOPSIS

           use Publican::CreateBrand;

           my $creator = Publican::CreateBrand->new({name => 'foo'});
           $creator->create();

DESCRIPTION

           Creates a new Brand for use with the publican package

INTERFACE

   new
       Create a Publican object set.

       Parameters:

          name              Brand Name        (Required)

   create
       Create all the required files.

   xml_files
       Create XML files.

   conf_files
       Create configuration files.

   images
       Create images dir and all the default images in svg and png format.

   default_images
       Generate images with default text in SVG and PNG formats.

DIAGNOSTICS

       "unknown args %s"
           All subs with named parameters will return this error when unexpected named arguments
           are provided.

       "%s is a required parameter"
           Any sub with a mandatory parameter will return this error if the parameter is undef.

       ""Can't create brand, directory %s exists!"
           When creating a Brand a directory is created with the same name as the brand. If a
           directory with that name is in the current directory the creation will fail.

       "Invalid language supplied: %s"
           The language supplied is not a valid language.

       "Can't create directory: %s"
       "Could not open %s for output!"
       "Can't write file"
       "Can't open SVG file %s"

CONFIGURATION AND ENVIRONMENT

       Publican::CreateBrand requires no configuration files or environment variables.

DEPENDENCIES

       Carp version Config::Simple File::Path File::pushd DateTime Image::Magick Publican
       Term::ANSIColor

INCOMPATIBILITIES

       None reported.

BUGS AND LIMITATIONS

       None reported.

       Please report any bugs or feature requests to "publican-list@redhat.com", or through the
       web interface at
       <https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/enter_bug.cgi?product=Publican&amp;component=publican>.

AUTHOR

       Jeff Fearn  "<jfearn@redhat.com>"