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RDF::Trine::Parser-compatible interface for RDF::RDFa::Parser.

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RDF::TrineX::Parser::RDFa(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation RDF::TrineX::Parser::RDFa(3pm)

NAME

RDF::TrineX::Parser::RDFa - RDF::Trine::Parser-compatible interface for RDF::RDFa::Parser

DESCRIPTION

While RDF::RDFa::Parser is a good RDFa parser, its interface is a tad... shall we say... crufty. RDF::TrineX::Parser::RDFa provides a much nicer interface, and is a subclass of RDF::Trine::Parser, so you get super-polymorphic benefits. Yay! Class Method "parse_url_into_model($url, $model, %args)" As per the method of the same name in RDF::Trine::Parser, this retrieves the URL and parses it into a model. Unlike RDF::Trine::Parser, this method always assumes you're trying to parse some variety of RDFa. Constructor "new(%options)" Constructs a new RDF::TrineX::Parser::RDFa parser. The two important options are flavour (which defaults to 'xhtml') and version (which defaults to '1.1'). Other options are documented in RDF::RDFa::Parser::Config. Let's imagine that you want to parse RDFa 1.1 in HTML5, and you want to also parse the "role", "longdesc" and "cite" attibutes (which are not strictly part of RDFa, but nevertheless often interesting). Then you'd use: my $parser = RDF::TrineX::Parser::RDFa->new( flavour => 'html5', version => '1.1', role_attr => 1, longdesc_attr => 1, cite_attr => 1, ); Object Methods The following methods are supported, as documented in RDF::Trine::Parser. "parse_into_model($base_uri, $data, $model [,context => $context])" "parse($base_uri, $data, \&handler)" "parse_file_into_model($base_uri, $fh, $model [,context => $context])" "parse_file($base_uri, $fh, \&handler)" The following additional methods are supported: "rdfa_flavour" Returns the RDFa host language being used. "rdfa_version" Returns the RDFa version number being used. Subclasses The following subclasses of RDF::TrineX::Parser::RDFa exist: RDF::TrineX::Parser::XHTML_RDFa10 RDF::TrineX::Parser::HTML32_RDFa10 RDF::TrineX::Parser::HTML4_RDFa10 RDF::TrineX::Parser::HTML5_RDFa10 RDF::TrineX::Parser::XHTML5_RDFa10 RDF::TrineX::Parser::Atom_RDFa10 RDF::TrineX::Parser::DataRSS_RDFa10 RDF::TrineX::Parser::SVG_RDFa10 RDF::TrineX::Parser::XML_RDFa10 RDF::TrineX::Parser::OpenDocument_RDFa10 RDF::TrineX::Parser::XHTML_RDFa11 RDF::TrineX::Parser::HTML32_RDFa11 RDF::TrineX::Parser::HTML4_RDFa11 RDF::TrineX::Parser::HTML5_RDFa11 RDF::TrineX::Parser::XHTML5_RDFa11 RDF::TrineX::Parser::Atom_RDFa11 RDF::TrineX::Parser::DataRSS_RDFa11 RDF::TrineX::Parser::SVG_RDFa11 RDF::TrineX::Parser::XML_RDFa11 RDF::TrineX::Parser::OpenDocument_RDFa11 By using these classes, you can skip the need to pass the 'flavour' and 'version' options to the constructor. For example: my $parser = RDF::TrineX::Parser::HTML5_RDFa11->new( role_attr => 1, longdesc_attr => 1, cite_attr => 1, ); Note that these are classes, but they are not modules. You should not attempt to load them with "require" or "use".

SEE ALSO

RDF::Trine::Parser, RDF::RDFa::Parser, RDF::RDFa::Parser::Config. <http://www.perlrdf.org/>, <http://rdfa.info/>.

AUTHOR

Toby Inkster <@cpan.org>.
Copyright 2012 Toby Inkster This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES

THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTIBILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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