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NAME

       Text::Quoted - Extract the structure of a quoted mail message

SYNOPSIS

           use Text::Quoted;
           my $structure = extract($text);

DESCRIPTION

       "Text::Quoted" examines the structure of some text which may contain multiple different
       levels of quoting, and turns the text into a nested data structure.

       The structure is an array reference containing hash references for each paragraph
       belonging to the same author. Each level of quoting recursively adds another list
       reference. So for instance, this:

           > foo
           > # Bar
           > baz

           quux

       turns into:

           [
             [
               { text => 'foo', quoter => '>', raw => '> foo' },
               [
                   { text => 'Bar', quoter => '> #', raw => '> # Bar' }
               ],
               { text => 'baz', quoter => '>', raw => '> baz' }
             ],

             { empty => 1 },
             { text => 'quux', quoter => '', raw => 'quux' }
           ];

       This also tells you about what's in the hash references: "raw" is the paragraph of text as
       it appeared in the original input; "text" is what it looked like when we stripped off the
       quotation characters, and "quoter" is the quotation string.

CREDITS

       Most of the heavy lifting is done by a modified version of Damian Conway's
       "Text::Autoformat".

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (C) 2002-2003 Kasei Limited Copyright (C) 2003-2004 Simon Cozens Copyright (C)
       2004 Best Practical Solutions, LLC

       This software is distributed WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
       MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

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