SVG::Calendar - Creates calendars in SVG format which can be printed
This documentation refers to SVG::Calendar version 0.3.11.
use SVG::Calendar; # Brief but working code example(s) here showing the most common usage(s) # This section will be as far as many users bother reading, so make it as # educational and exemplary as possible. # Create a new (basic) SVG::Calendar object for producing A4 calendars my $svg = SVG::Calendar->new( page => 'A4' ); # print to standard out the calendar for June 2006 print $svg->output_month( '2006-06' ); # create a calendar for the year 2007 with filenames # my-calendar-2015-01.svg # ... # my-calendar-2015-12.svg $svg->output_year( '2007', 'my-calendar' );
This module generates an SVG image for one or more months for a calendar.
page - hash ref - description
moon - hash ref - description
image - hash ref - description
path - string - Directory containing alternate svg template version
inkscape - hash ref - Use inkscape to convert the SVG to a PDF or to print out the generated SVG calendar.
Return: SVG::Calendar - A new SVG::Calendar object
Description: Creates and sets up a new SVG::Calendar object
Initialises the calendar object
Return: hash - contains the page height and width and the units used
Description: Gets the dimensions of the page based on the parameters supplied at creation time
$start - string ('YYYY-MM') - description
$end - string ('YYYY-MM') - description
$year - int (year) - description
$file - string - The base name for the SVG files calendars for each year
Return: list - A list of the files created
Description: Creates the SVG calendar files for each month of the year (or for each month from start and end)
eg $svg->output_year( 2006, 'folowers' ); Will result in the following files created flowers-2006-01.svg flowers-2006-02.svg .. flowers-2006-11.svg flowers-2006-12.svg
$month - string (detail) - The month that the calendar page should display (format YYYY-MM)
$file - string (detail) - The file to save the output to if defined. if $file eq '-' prints to STDOUT
Return: string - The SVG text to display the calendar page
Description: Outputs a particular months calendar...
(Adds the week of the year and the
$file - string (detail) - The file name to print the SVG file to (if undefined it will print nothing)
Return: scalar - The SVG text.
<path style="fill:none;fill-opacity:0.75000000;fill-rule:evenodd;stroke:#000000;stroke-width:0.25000000pt;stroke-linecap:butt;stroke-linejoin:miter;stroke-opacity:1.0000000" d="M 264.88031,225.97672 C 518.24408,341.14207 267.18361,490.85702 267.18361,490.85702 L 264.88031,225.97672 z " id="path1460" sodipodi:nodetypes="ccc" /> <path style="fill:none;fill-opacity:0.75000000;fill-rule:evenodd;stroke:#000000;stroke-width:0.25000000pt;stroke-linecap:butt;stroke-linejoin:miter;stroke-opacity:1.0000000" d="M 628.80282,189.12380 C 854.52691,299.68254 847.54045,393.30582 626.49951,477.03718 C 579.56639,494.81567 769.30455,334.23215 628.80282,189.12380 z " id="path1464" sodipodi:nodetypes="csc" /> <path style="fill: green; fill-opacity: 0.25; stroke: black;" d="M 0 0 C 133.3333 8, 133.3333 192, 0 200 C -133.333 192 -133.3333 8 Z" M 0 0 C 133.3333 8 133.3333 192, 0 200 C -133.333 192 -133.3333 8 Z id="test" /> <circle style="fill: none; stroke: red; stroke-opacity: 0.5" cx="0" cy="100" r="100" id="circle" />
phase - float - 0 <= $phase < 2 * pi, represents the phase of the moon
id - string - The id that the moon SVG part should use
x - float - The X coordinate of the left hand side of the moon to be drawn
y - float - The Y coordinate of the top side of the moon to be drawn
r - float - The Radius of the the moon to be drawn
Return: SVG part - The SVG to display the moon in the phase passed in
Description: From the phase information this function calculates the details of the curve to represent the phase of the moon and puts it on the diagram based on the x, y and r parameters.
$date - date (DateTime object or string to convert to one) - The date that the moon phase is desired
Return: float - The phase of the moon from 0 (new moon) via 2 (full moon) to < 4 (next new moon)
Description: This method calculates the phase of the moon (it will what ever it can find to calculate the phase)
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A list of known problems with the module, together with some indication of whether they are likely to be fixed in an upcoming release.
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The initial template usually just has:
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Copyright (c) 2006-2009 Ivan Wills (14 Mullion Close, Hornsby Heights, NSW Australia 2077) All rights reserved.
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