UI::Dialog::Backend::NotifySend - backend for notify-send(1).
use UI::Dialog::Backend::NotifySend; my $ns = new UI::Dialog::Backend::NotifySend (); $ns->notify_send( subject => "Subject of notification." );
UI::Dialog::Backend::NotifySend is an OOPerl wrapper for the notify-send(1) program.
Use this module to notify end-users via the notification daemon (Desktop Notifications). Requires the notify-send(1) progam to be installed (the libnotify-bin package in Debian).
my $ns = new UI::Dialog::Backend::NotifySend ( );
This is the Class Constructor method. It accepts a list of key => value pairs and uses them as the defaults when interacting with the various widgets. All methods accept the same arguments as new() except that the arguments passed to the methods are temporarily used instead of making them the default as the new() method does.
A blessed object reference of the UI::Dialog::Backend::NotifySend class.
The (...)'s after each option indicate the default for the option. An * denotes support by all the widget methods on a per-use policy defaulting to the values decided during object creation.
$ns->notify_send( subject => "Notification subject", body => "Some text to display" );
Display a notification to the end user.
Please email the author with any bug reports. Include the name of the module in the subject line.
Kevin C. Krinke, <email@example.com>
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