dtRdr::Annotation - base class for Note, Bookmark, and Highlight objects
Not much happening here. See dtRdr::Annotation::Range.
The inheritance and traits isn't very easily drawn. This is about the best a 2D picture can get.
Range <-- Location (start, end) | Annotation Selection \ / \ / \ / \ / Annotation::Range |-- Highlight |-- Note (+ Annotation::Trait::Boundless) |-- Bookmark (+ Annotation::Trait::Boundless) `-- AnnoSelection
Currently, all annotations are range-based. Point-based annotations would be derived from dtRdr::Location, but we haven't found a use for those yet.
Required for all annotations. Any annotation derived from this class is a range type, so this is just a constant.
Must be implemented by subclasses.
$anno->make_public( owner => $owner_id, server => $server_id, rev => $server_revision );
Returns true if the annotation is owned by you (whether public or local.)
my $is = $anno->is_mine;
Eric Wilhelm <ewilhelm at cpan dot org>
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