Provided by: librdf-trine-perl_0.138-1_all bug

NAME

       RDF::Trine::Serializer::Turtle - Turtle Serializer

VERSION

       This document describes RDF::Trine::Serializer::Turtle version 0.138

SYNOPSIS

        use RDF::Trine::Serializer::Turtle;
        my $serializer = RDF::Trine::Serializer::Turtle->new( namespaces => { ex => 'http://example/' } );
        print $serializer->serialize_model_to_string($model);

DESCRIPTION

       The RDF::Trine::Serializer::Turtle class provides an API for serializing RDF graphs to the
       Turtle syntax. XSD numeric types are serialized as bare literals, and where possible the
       more concise syntax is used for rdf:Lists.

METHODS

       Beyond the methods documented below, this class inherits methods from the
       RDF::Trine::Serializer class.

       "new ( namespaces => \%namespaces, base_uri => $base_uri )"
           Returns a new Turtle serializer object.

       "serialize_model_to_file ( $fh, $model )"
           Serializes the $model to Turtle, printing the results to the supplied filehandle
           "<$fh">.

       "serialize_model_to_string ( $model )"
           Serializes the $model to Turtle, returning the result as a string.

       "serialize_iterator_to_file ( $file, $iter )"
           Serializes the iterator to Turtle, printing the results to the supplied filehandle
           "<$fh">.

       "serialize_iterator ( $sink, $iter )"
           Serializes the iterator to Turtle, printing the results to the supplied sink object.

       "serialize_iterator_to_string ( $iter )"
           Serializes the iterator to Turtle, returning the result as a string.

       "serialize_node ( $node )"
           Returns a string containing the Turtle serialization of $node.

       "node_as_concise_string"
           Returns a string representation using common Turtle syntax shortcuts (e.g. for numeric
           literals).

SEE ALSO

       <http://www.w3.org/TeamSubmission/turtle/>

AUTHOR

       Gregory Todd Williams  "<gwilliams@cpan.org>"

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (c) 2006-2010 Gregory Todd Williams. This program is free software; you can
       redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.