News::Article::NoCeM - a module to generate accurate nocem notices
use News::Article::NoCeM; my $nocem = new News::Article::NoCeM(); $nocem->hide($type, $spam); $nocem->make_notice($type, $name, $issuer, $group, $prefix); $nocem->sign($keyid, $passphrase); $nocem->issue($conn, $ihave);
Creates a nocem notice on the Usenet articles, which may be posted normally to hide the messages.
News::Article::NoCeM is class that inherits News::Article and adds four new functions: hide(), make_notice(), sign() and issue(), redefine to disable two functions: post() and ihave().
Hide one or more articles in the given
ARTICLE is an News::Article object that going to be hid. hide() will skip the articles without Newsgroup or Message-ID and skip the ones already hid.
hide() returns the number of the articles hid.
post() and ihave() is disabled in News::Article::NoCeM. Please use issue() instead.
Retrive articles marked by hide with
TYPE, and make a notice fot them. If there's only one type within a container, then the container itself can be a notice.
NAME is the identifier of the issuer.
GROUP is the newsgroup the you will post nocem notice to.
ISSUER is the email address of the issuer.
PREFIX is the announcement before the nocem notice, which may explain the criteria of this notice, or where to find your public key for PGP verification.
make_notice() returns a News::Article::NoCeM object if success, and return undef if no article is hid.
Sign the content of the nocem notice with
PASSPHRASE. Please make sure that the issuer's public/secret keyring is ready.
sign() returns a News::Article::NoCeM object if success, and return undef if no article is hid, or pgp_sign failed.
CONN as a Net::NNTP object and issue the nocem notice.
IHAVE indicates that call Net::NNTP::ihave() for submitting the notice, otherwise issue() will call News::Article::post() by default.
issue() return the result of News::Article::post() or issue().
Standard article manipulation information can be read in the News::Article manpages.
NoCeM FAQ is available on the web at <URL:http://www.cm.org/faq.html>.
Written by Yen-Ming Lee <firstname.lastname@example.org>, based on a module by Tim Skirvin <email@example.com>.
Copyright 2004-2005 by Yen-Ming Lee <firstname.lastname@example.org>. This code may be redistributed under the same terms as Perl itself.