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Mojo::Content::MultiPart(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			     Mojo::Content::MultiPart(3pm)

NAME
Mojo::Content::MultiPart - HTTP 1.1 multipart content container SYNOPSIS
use Mojo::Content::MultiPart; my $multi = Mojo::Content::MultiPart->new; $multi->parse('Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary=---foobar'); my $single = $multi->parts->[4]; DESCRIPTION
Mojo::Content::MultiPart is a container for HTTP 1.1 multipart content as described in RFC 2616. EVENTS
Mojo::Content::Multipart inherits all events from Mojo::Content and can emit the following new ones. "part" $multi->on(part => sub { my ($multi, $single) = @_; ... }); Emitted when a new Mojo::Content::Single part starts. $multi->on(part => sub { my ($multi, $single) = @_; return unless $single->headers->content_disposition =~ /name="([^"]+)"/; say "Field: $1"; }); ATTRIBUTES
Mojo::Content::MultiPart inherits all attributes from Mojo::Content and implements the following new ones. "parts" my $parts = $multi->parts; $multi = $multi->parts([]); Content parts embedded in this multipart content, usually Mojo::Content::Single objects. METHODS
Mojo::Content::MultiPart inherits all methods from Mojo::Content and implements the following new ones. "new" my $multi = Mojo::Content::MultiPart->new; Construct a new Mojo::Content::MultiPart object and subscribe to "read" event with default content parser. "body_contains" my $success = $multi->body_contains('foobarbaz'); Check if content parts contain a specific string. "body_size" my $size = $multi->body_size; Content size in bytes. "build_boundary" my $boundary = $multi->build_boundary; Generate a suitable boundary for content. "clone" my $clone = $multi->clone; Clone content if possible, otherwise return "undef". "get_body_chunk" my $chunk = $multi->get_body_chunk(0); Get a chunk of content starting from a specfic position. "is_multipart" my $true = $multi->is_multipart; True. SEE ALSO
Mojolicious, Mojolicious::Guides, <http://mojolicio.us>. perl v5.14.2 2012-09-05 Mojo::Content::MultiPart(3pm)

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Mojo::Asset::Memory(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation				  Mojo::Asset::Memory(3pm)

NAME
Mojo::Asset::Memory - In-memory storage for HTTP 1.1 content SYNOPSIS
use Mojo::Asset::Memory; my $mem = Mojo::Asset::Memory->new; $mem->add_chunk('foo bar baz'); say $mem->slurp; DESCRIPTION
Mojo::Asset::Memory is an in-memory storage backend for HTTP 1.1 content. EVENTS
Mojo::Asset::Memory can emit the following events. "upgrade" $mem->on(upgrade => sub { my ($mem, $file) = @_; ... }); Emitted when asset gets upgraded to a Mojo::Asset::File object. $mem->on(upgrade => sub { my ($mem, $file) = @_; $file->tmpdir('/tmp'); }); ATTRIBUTES
Mojo::Asset::Memory inherits all attributes from Mojo::Asset and implements the following new ones. "auto_upgrade" my $upgrade = $mem->auto_upgrade; $mem = $mem->auto_upgrade(1); Try to detect if content size exceeds "max_memory_size" limit and automatically upgrade to a Mojo::Asset::File object. "max_memory_size" my $size = $mem->max_memory_size; $mem = $mem->max_memory_size(1024); Maximum size in bytes of data to keep in memory before automatically upgrading to a Mojo::Asset::File object, defaults to the value of the "MOJO_MAX_MEMORY_SIZE" environment variable or 262144. METHODS
Mojo::Asset::Memory inherits all methods from Mojo::Asset and implements the following new ones. "new" my $mem = Mojo::Asset::Memory->new; Construct a new Mojo::Asset::Memory object. "add_chunk" $mem = $mem->add_chunk('foo bar baz'); my $file = $mem->add_chunk('abc' x 262144); Add chunk of data and upgrade to Mojo::Asset::File object if necessary. "contains" my $position = $mem->contains('bar'); Check if asset contains a specific string. "get_chunk" my $chunk = $mem->get_chunk($offset); Get chunk of data starting from a specific position. "move_to" $mem = $mem->move_to('/home/sri/foo.txt'); Move asset data into a specific file. "size" my $size = $mem->size; Size of asset data in bytes. "slurp" my $string = mem->slurp; Read all asset data at once. SEE ALSO
Mojolicious, Mojolicious::Guides, <http://mojolicio.us>. perl v5.14.2 2012-09-05 Mojo::Asset::Memory(3pm)

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