Web::ID::Util - utility functions used in Web-ID
These are utility functions which I found useful building Web-ID. Many of them may also be useful creating the kind of apps that Web-ID is used to authenticate for.
Here is a very brief summary. By default, they're all exported to your namespace. (This module uses Exporter::Tiny so you get pretty good control over what gets exported.)
true- constant for true
false- constant for false
read_only- constant for string 'ro' (nice for Moose/Mouse)
read_write- constant for string 'rw' (nice for Moose/Mouse)
get_trine_model($url)- fetches a URL and parses RDF into an RDF::Trine::Model
u($curie)- expands a CURIE, returning an RDF::Trine::Node::Resource
uu($curie)- as per
u($curie), but returns string
u()- called with no CURIE, returns the RDF::Trine::NamespaceMap used to map CURIEs to URIs
make_bigint_from_node($node, %options)- makes a Math::BigInt object from a numeric RDF::Trine::Node::Literal. Supports most datatypes you'd care about, including hexadecimally ones.
Supported options are
fallback which provides a fallback node which will be used when
$node is non-literal; and
fallback_type either 'dec' or 'hex' which is used when parsing the fallback node,
$node is a plain literal.
(The actual datatype of the fallback node is ignored for hysterical raisins.)
any function from List::MoreUtils can be exported by request,
false as they conflict with the constants above.
use Web::ID::Utils qw(:default uniq);
I don't wanna hear about them unless they cause knock-on bugs for Web::ID itself.
Toby Inkster <email@example.com>.
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