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CPANPLUS::Module::Author(3)    User Contributed Perl Documentation    CPANPLUS::Module::Author(3)

NAME
       CPANPLUS::Module::Author - CPAN author object for CPANPLUS

SYNOPSIS
	   my $author = CPANPLUS::Module::Author->new(
			   author  => 'Jack Ashton',
			   cpanid  => 'JACKASH',
			   _id	   => INTERNALS_OBJECT_ID,
		       );

	   $author->cpanid;
	   $author->author;
	   $author->email;

	   @dists  = $author->distributions;
	   @mods   = $author->modules;

	   @accessors = CPANPLUS::Module::Author->accessors;

DESCRIPTION
       "CPANPLUS::Module::Author" creates objects from the information in the source files. These
       can then be used to query on.

       These objects should only be created internally. For "fake" objects, there's the
       "CPANPLUS::Module::Author::Fake" class.

ACCESSORS
       An objects of this class has the following accessors:

       author
	   Name of the author.

       cpanid
	   The CPAN id of the author.

       email
	   The email address of the author, which defaults to '' if not provided.

       parent
	   The "CPANPLUS::Internals::Object" that spawned this module object.

METHODS
   $auth = CPANPLUS::Module::Author->new( author => AUTHOR_NAME, cpanid => CPAN_ID, _id =>
       INTERNALS_ID [, email => AUTHOR_EMAIL] )
       This method returns a "CPANPLUS::Module::Author" object, based on the given parameters.

       Returns false on failure.

   @mod_objs = $auth->modules()
       Return a list of module objects this author has released.

   @dists = $auth->distributions()
       Returns a list of module objects representing all the distributions this author has
       released.

CLASS METHODS
   accessors ()
       Returns a list of all accessor methods to the object

perl v5.16.3				    2013-05-20		      CPANPLUS::Module::Author(3)
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