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NAME ^

AWS::S3 - Lightweight interface to Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service)

SYNOPSIS ^

  use AWS::S3;
  
  my $s3 = AWS::S3->new(
    access_key_id     => 'E654SAKIASDD64ERAF0O',
    secret_access_key => 'LgTZ25nCD+9LiCV6ujofudY1D6e2vfK0R4GLsI4H',
  );
  
  # Add a bucket:
  my $bucket = $s3->add_bucket(
    name    => 'foo-bucket',
  );
  
  # Set the acl:
  $bucket->acl( 'private' );
  
  # Add a file:
  my $new_file = $bucket->add_file(
    key       => 'foo/bar.txt',
    contents  => \'This is the contents of the file',
  );
  
  # You can also set the contents with a coderef:
  # Coderef should eturn a reference, not the actual string of content:
  $new_file = $bucket->add_file(
    key       => 'foo/bar.txt',
    contents  => sub { return \"This is the contents" }
  );
  
  # Get the file:
  my $same_file = $bucket->file( 'foo/bar.txt' );
  
  # Get the contents:
  my $scalar_ref = $same_file->contents;
  print $$scalar_ref;
  
  # Update the contents with a scalar ref:
  $same_file->contents( \"New file contents" );
  
  # Update the contents with a code ref:
  $same_file->contents( sub { return \"New file contents" } );
  
  # Delete the file:
  $same_file->delete();
  
  # Iterate through lots of files:
  my $iterator = $bucket->files(
    page_size   => 100,
    page_number => 1,
  );
  while( my @files = $iterator->next_page )
  {
    warn "Page number: ", $iterator->page_number, "\n";
    foreach my $file ( @files )
    {
      warn "\tFilename (key): ", $file->key, "\n";
      warn "\tSize: ", $file->size, "\n";
      warn "\tETag: ", $file->etag, "\n";
      warn "\tContents: ", ${ $file->contents }, "\n";
    }# end foreach()
  }# end while()
  
  # You can't delete a bucket until it's empty.
  # Empty a bucket like this:
  while( my @files = $iterator->next_page )
  {
    map { $_->delete } @files;
    
    # Return to page 1:
    $iterator->page_number( 1 );
  }# end while()
  
  # Now you can delete the bucket:
  $bucket->delete();

DESCRIPTION ^

AWS::S3 attempts to provide an alternate interface to the Amazon S3 Simple Storage Service.

NOTE: Until AWS::S3 gets to version 1.000 it will not implement the full S3 interface.

Disclaimer: Several portions of AWS::S3 have been adopted from Net::Amazon::S3.

NOTE: AWS::S3 is NOT a drop-in replacement for Net::Amazon::S3.

TODO: CloudFront integration.

CONSTRUCTOR ^

Call new() with the following parameters.

access_key_id

Required. String.

Provided by Amazon, this is your access key id.

secret_access_key

Required. String.

Provided by Amazon, this is your secret access key.

secure

Optional. Boolean.

Default is 0

ua

Optional. Should be an instance of LWP::UserAgent or a subclass of it.

Defaults to creating a new instance of LWP::UserAgent::Determined

PUBLIC PROPERTIES ^

access_key_id

String. Read-only

secret_access_key

String. Read-only.

secure

Boolean. Read-only.

ua

LWP::UserAgent object. Read-only.

owner

AWS::S3::Owner object. Read-only.

PUBLIC METHODS ^

buckets

Returns an array of AWS::S3::Bucket objects.

bucket( $name )

Returns the AWS::S3::Bucket object matching $name if found.

Returns nothing otherwise.

add_bucket( name => $name )

Attempts to create a new bucket with the name provided.

On success, returns the new AWS::S3::Bucket

On failure, dies with the error message.

See AWS::S3::Bucket for details on how to use buckets (and access their files).

SEE ALSO ^

The Amazon S3 API Documentation

AWS::S3::Bucket

AWS::S3::File

AWS::S3::FileIterator

AWS::S3::Owner

AUTHOR ^

John Drago <jdrago_999@yahoo.com>

LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT ^

This software is Free software and may be used and redistributed under the same terms as any version of perl itself.

Copyright John Drago 2011 all rights reserved.

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