Finnigan::OLE2DirectoryEntry -- a decoder for the Microsoft OLE2 directory entry
use Finnigan; my $dir = new Finnigan::OLE2DirectoryEntry($ole2file, 0); $dir->list();
The OLE2 directory entries are organized in a red-black tree (for efficiency of access). The directory entry's constructor method new() is called recursively starting from the root directory contained in the file's 0-th property.
The constructor method. Its first argument is a reference to Finnigan::OLE2File, and the second argument is the index of the file's property (Finnigan::OLE2Property) to be decoded as a directory entry. The root directory is always found in property number 0.
Lists the directory's contents to STDOUT. The style argument can have three values: wiki, html, and plain (or undefined). The wiki and html styles have not been implemented yet.
This method is not useful as part of the API (directory listings are better understood by humans). But once the path to a node is known, it can be retrieved with the find method.
Get the directory entry (Finnigan::OLE2DirectoryEntry) matching the path supplied in the only argument. The directory entry's data method needs to be called in order to extract the node data.=back
Gene Selkov, <email@example.com>
Copyright (C) 2010 by Gene Selkov
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.10.0 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.