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NAME ^

WE_Content::Tools - tools for content objects

SYNOPSIS ^

    use WE_Content::Tools;
    $content_object->find(sub { ... });

DESCRIPTION ^

METHODS

get_structure_diffs($template)

Return a list of differences against a template object. Only language data is compared. See Algorithm::Diff for the output format.

upgrade($template)

Upgrade the content file to the current $template.

find($callback)

Traverses the content object and calls $callback for each node in the content tree. The following arguments will be supplied to the callback:

$object

$object is aa reference to the current object. A change to this reference will also manipulate the original object.

-parents => [$parent1, $parent2, ...]

A list of parent objects. The root object is not in the list. Descendants are appended to the right, that is, too find the parent use [-1] as index, the grandfather is [-2] and Adam is [0].

-path => $pathstring

The $pathstring can be evaluated to access the node. Example:

   ->{'data'}->[0]->{'type'}
-dotted => $dotstring

Same as -path, but use a dot notation. Example:

   data.0.type
-key => $key

Only for hash items: $keys is the current key. The value is in $object.

TODO:

  implement prune
  suggest to add something similar to Data::Walker

EXAMPLES ^

This example script will set the title element of the "en" language tree to the first text (usually the headline):

    use WE_Content::Base;
    use WE_Content::Tools;
    use strict;
    use File::Basename;
    
    my $indir = shift or die;
    my $outdir = "/tmp/we_data_converted";
    mkdir $outdir;
    
    for my $f (glob("$indir/content/*.bin")) {
        warn "$f...\n";
        my $content_object = WE_Content::Base->new(-file => $f) or die;
        my $first_text;
        my $title;
        $content_object->find(sub {
            my($o, %args) = @_;
            #if ($args{-dotted} eq "data.en.ct.0.text") {
            if ($args{-path} eq "->{'data'}->{'en'}->{'ct'}->[0]->{'text'}") {
                $first_text = $o;
            } elsif ($args{-path} eq "->{'data'}->{'en'}->{'title'}") {
                $title = $o;
            }
        });
        #if (defined $title) {
        #    warn "Skipping, title is already set to $title.\n";
        #} els
        if (defined $first_text) {
            #$content_object->set_by_dotted('data.en.title', $first_text);
            $content_object->{Object}{'data'}->{'en'}->{'title'} = $first_text;
        } else {
            warn "No first text found...\n";
        }
        open(OUT, ">$outdir/" . basename($f)) or die $!;
        print OUT $content_object->serialize;
        close OUT;
    }

AUTHOR ^

Slaven Rezic - slaven@rezic.de

SEE ALSO ^

WE_Content::Base.

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