Provided by: libwiki-toolkit-perl_0.79-2_all
Wiki::Toolkit::Feed::Listing - parent class for Feeds from Wiki::Toolkit.
Handles common data fetching tasks, so that child classes need only worry about formatting the feeds. Also enforces some common methods that must be implemented.
"fetch_recently_changed_nodes" Based on the supplied criteria, fetch a list of the recently changed nodes "fetch_newest_for_recently_changed" Based on the supplied criteria (but not using all of those used by fetch_recently_changed_nodes), find the newest node from the recently changed nodes set. Normally used for dating the whole of a Feed. "fetch_node_all_versions" For a given node (name or ID), return all the versions there have been, including all metadata required for it to go into a "recent changes" style listing. "recent_changes" Build an Atom Feed of the recent changes to the Wiki::Toolkit instance, using any supplied parameters to narrow the results. If the argument "also_return_timestamp" is supplied, it will return an array of the feed, and the feed timestamp. Otherwise it just returns the feed. "node_all_versions" Build an Atom Feed of all the different versions of a given node. If the argument "also_return_timestamp" is supplied, it will return an array of the feed, and the feed timestamp. Otherwise it just returns the feed. "format_geo" Using the geo and space xml namespaces, format the supplied node metadata into geo: and space: tags, suitable for inclusion in a feed with those namespaces imported. The following are methods that any feed renderer must provide: "feed_timestamp" All implementing feed renderers must implement a method to produce a feed specific timestamp, based on the supplied node "generate_node_list_feed" All implementing feed renderers must implement a method to produce a feed from the supplied list of nodes "generate_node_name_distance_feed" All implementing feed renderers must implement a method to produce a stripped down feed from the supplied list of node names, and optionally locations and distance from a reference point. "parse_feed_timestamp" Take a feed_timestamp and return a Time::Piece object.
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COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright 2006-2009 the Wiki::Toolkit team. This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.