Babble::Document - Babble document container class
A Babble::Document object represents one entry in the whole collection a Babble is working with.
A Babble::Document object has the following basic properties:
The author of the document.
Title of the document.
Subject of the document.
Submission date of the document.
A unique ID of the document, usually a hyperlink.
The actual content of the document.
Other properties might be present, but they are not standardised by this class. However, preprocessors and DataSources are free to add others.
Creates a new Babble::Document object. Recognises the default properties mentioned above as arguments.
Get or set the submission date of the document, depending on having an argument or not.
Returns the submission date of the document in the "YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS" format.
Returns the submission date of the document in a format suitable for putting into an RSS item's dc:date field.
Returns the submission date of the document in human readable format.
Returns only the date part of the documents submission date.
Given a list of filters (see later) in an arrayref, checks if the document matches all the criteria specified in them. If yes, returns an array consisting of the Babble::Document object. Otherwise returns an empty array.
The filters are simple hashrefs, with two mandatory keys: field and pattern. The first one determines which field the search is performed on (this can be any one of the available Babble::Document properties), and pattern is the pattern it should match.
Optional keys include inverse, which reverses the check, and cmp, which will be used as a comparsion function if set, instead of the default regexp matcher.
Return ourselves. This is mostly here so that Babble::Document::Collection->all() can call $doc->all(), which in turn makes it possible to have Babble::Document::Collections nested, and still work.
Gergely Nagy, email@example.com
Bugs should be reported at http://bugs.bonehunter.rulez.org/babble.