Michael R. Davis > Geo-GoogleEarth-Pluggable > Geo::GoogleEarth::Pluggable::Folder

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NAME ^

Geo::GoogleEarth::Pluggable::Folder - Geo::GoogleEarth::Pluggable::Folder object

SYNOPSIS ^

  use Geo::GoogleEarth::Pluggable;
  my $document=Geo::GoogleEarth::Pluggable->new;
  my $folder=$document->Folder(name=>"My Folder");

DESCRIPTION ^

Geo::GoogleEarth::Pluggable::Folder is a Geo::GoogleEarth::Pluggable::Base with a few other methods.

USAGE ^

  my $folder=$document->Folder();  #add folder to $document
  my $subfolder=$folder->Folder(); #add folder to $folder

METHODS ^

initialize

We overide the default "initialize" method in order to append the "plugins" method from Module::Pluggable on to the packages list of the Method::Autoload package.

The "packages" property is what is needed by Method::Autoload package. The "plugins" method is what is provided by Module::Pluggable. So, the Folder package now has available to it every method in the "Plugins" folder at runtime.

Folder

Constructs a new Folder object and appends it to the parent folder object. Returns the object reference if you need to make any setting changes after construction.

  my $folder=$folder->Folder(name=>"My Folder");
  $folder->Folder(name=>"My Folder");

NetworkLink

Constructs a new NetworkLink object and appends it to the parent folder object. Returns the object reference if you need to make any setting changes after construction.

  $folder->NetworkLink(name=>"My NetworkLink", url=>"./anotherdoc.kml");

LookAt

Constructs a new LookAt object and returns the object reference to assign to other object "lookat" properties.

  $document->LookAt(
                    latitude  => $lat,    #decimal degrees
                    longitude => $lon,    #decimal degrees
                    range     => $range,  #meters
                    tilt      => $tilt,   #decimal degrees from veritical
                    heading   => $header, #decimal degrees from North
                   );

type

Returns the object type.

  my $type=$folder->type;

node

data

Pushes arguments onto data array and returns an array or reference that holds folder object content. This is a list of objects that supports a type and structure method.

  my $data=$folder->data;
  my @data=$folder->data;
  $folder->data($placemark);

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BUGS ^

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LIMITATIONS ^

Due to limitations in Perl hashes, it is not possible to specify the order of certain elements and attributes in the XML.

TODO ^

SUPPORT ^

Try geo-perl email list.

AUTHOR ^

  Michael R. Davis (mrdvt92)
  CPAN ID: MRDVT

COPYRIGHT ^

This program is free software licensed under the...

  The BSD License

The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module.

SEE ALSO ^

Geo::GoogleEarth::Pluggable, Module::Pluggable Method::Autoload, XML::LibXML::LazyBuilder

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