RDF::vCard::Entity - represents a single vCard
Instances of this class correspond to individual vCard objects, though it could potentially be used as basis for other RFC 2425-based formats such as iCalendar.
Returns a new RDF::vCard::Entity object.
The only option worth worrying about is profile which sets the profile for the entity. This defaults to "VCARD".
RDF::vCard::Entity overloads stringification, so you can do the following:
my $vcard = RDF::vCard::Entity->new; print $vcard if $vcard =~ /VCARD/i;
Formats the object according to RFC 2425 and RFC 2426.
Formats the object according to http://microformats.org/wiki/jcard.
to_jcard(1) will return the same data but without the JSON stringification.
Given an RDF::Trine::Model, adds triples to the model for this entity.
Returns an RDF::Trine::Node::Blank identifying this entity.
Returns a string along the lines of "Surname;Forename" useful for sorting a list of entities.
Returns the entity type - e.g. "VCARD".
Returns an arrayref of RDF::vCard::Line objects in the order they were originally added.
This excludes the "BEGIN:VCARD" and "END:VCARD" lines.
Add a RDF::vCard::Line.
Returns a list of RDF::vCard::Line objects for the given property.
print "It has an address!\n" if ($vcard->get('ADR'));
Checks to see if a property's value matches a regular expression.
print "In London\n" if $vcard->matches(ADR => /London/);
Adds a nested entity within this one. This method is unused for vCard, but is a hook for the benefit of RDF::iCalendar.
Lists nested entities within this one.
Toby Inkster <email@example.com>.
Copyright 2011 Toby Inkster
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.