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NAME ^

Padre::Sync - Utility functions for handling remote Configuration Syncing

DESCRIPTION ^

The Padre::Sync class contains logic for communicating with a remote Madre::Sync server. This class interacts with the Padre::Wx::Dialog::Sync class for user interface display.

METHODS ^

new

The constructor returns a new Padre::Sync object, but you should normally access it via the main Padre object:

  my $manager = Padre->ide->config_sync;

First argument should be a Padre object.

main

A convenience method to get to the main window.

config

A convenience method to get to the config object

ua

A convenience method to get to the useragent object

register

Attempts to register a user account with the information provided on the Sync server.

Parameters: a list of key value pairs to be interpreted as POST parameters

Returns error string if user state is already logged in or serverside error occurs.

login

Will log in to remote Sync server using given credentials. State will be updated if login successful.

logout

If currently logged in, will log the Sync session out from the server. State will be updated.

server_delete

Given a logged in session, will attempt to delete the config currently stored on the Sync server (if one currently exists). Will fail if not logged in.

local_to_server

Given a logged in session, will attempt to place the current local config to the Sync server.

server_to_local

Given a logged in session, will replace the local config with what is stored on the server. TODO: is validation of config before replacement required?

english_status

Will return a string explaining current state of Sync dependent on $self->{state}

SEE ALSO ^

Padre, Padre::Config

COPYRIGHT & LICENSE ^

Copyright 2008-2013 The Padre development team as listed in Padre.pm.

This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl 5 itself.

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