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MojoMojo::Schema::ResultSet::Page(3pm)			User Contributed Perl Documentation		    MojoMojo::Schema::ResultSet::Page(3pm)

NAME
MojoMojo::Schema::ResultSet::Page - resultset methods on pages METHODS
path_pages ( $path_pages, $proto_pages ) = __PACKAGE__->path_pages( $path, $id ) Accepts a path in URL/Unix directory format, e.g. "/page1/page2". Paths are assumed to be absolute, so a leading slash (/) is not required. Returns a reference to an array of any pages that exist in the path, starting with "/", and an additional reference to an array of "proto page" hashes for any pages at the end of the path that do not exist. All paths include the root (/), which must exist, so a path of at least one element will always be returned. The "proto page" hash keys are shown in the example below, where we assume that "/blog" exists and "/blog/My_New_Entry" doesn't exist yet: { depth => 2, name => "my_new_entry", name_orig => "My_New_Entry", path => "/blog/My_New_Entry", }, path_pages_by_id @path_pages = __PACKAGE__->path_pages_by_id( $id ) Returns all the pages in the path to a page, given that page's id. parse_path @proto_pages = __PACKAGE__->parse_path( $path ) Create prototype page objects for each level in a given path. normalize_name ($name_orig, $name) = __PACKAGE__->normalize_name( $name_orig ) Strip superfluous spaces, convert the rest to _, then lowercase the result. resolve_path $an_resolve = __PACKAGE__->resolve_path( %args ) Takes the following args: path_pages proto_pages query_pages current_depth final_depth Returns true if the path can be resolved, or false otherwise. set_paths @pages = __PACKAGE__->set_paths( @pages ) Sets the path for multiple pages, either a subtree or a group of non-adjacent pages. create_path_pages $path_pages = __PACKAGE__->create_path_pages( %args ) Find or creates a list of path_pages. Returns a reference to an array of path_pages. open_gap $parent = __PACKAGE__->open_gap( $parent, $new_page_count ) Opens a gap in the nested set numbers to allow the inserting of new pages into the tree. Since nested sets number each node twice, the size of the gap is always twice the number of new pages. Also, since nested sets number the nodes from left to right, we determine what nodes to re-number according to the "rgt" column of the parent of the top-most new node. Returns a new parent object that is updated with the new "lft" "rgt" nested set numbers. create_page Create a new page in the wiki. perl v5.14.2 2011-07-20 MojoMojo::Schema::ResultSet::Page(3pm)

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MojoMojo::Schema::Result::Content(3pm)			User Contributed Perl Documentation		    MojoMojo::Schema::Result::Content(3pm)

NAME
MojoMojo::Schema::Result::Content - Versioned page content DESCRIPTION
This table stores the actual page content; in other words, it's a table of page versions (revisions). It has a composite primary key "(page, version)", where "page" is the id of a page, and "version" is its version number. Each version has a content "body", a "status" ("released" or "removed"), and a "release_date". Revisions that have been replaced by a newer revision have a "remove_date" and a "comments" set to "Replaced by version x.". The "type", "abstract" and "precompiled" columns are for future use. "created" is essentially equal to "release_date" (there can be a 1-second difference), and is used externally by other modules and in templates. "release_date" and "remove_date" are used internally. COLUMNS
page References MojoMojo::Schema::Result::Page. creator References MojoMojo::Schema::Result::Person. METHODS
highlight Returns an HTML string highlighting the changes between this version and the previous version. The changes are in "<span>" or "<div>" tags with the class "fade". formatted_diff <context> <old_content> Compare this content version to <old_content>, using Algorithm::Diff. Sets a "diffins" CSS class for added lines, and a "diffdel" CSS class for deleted lines. The "<ins>" and "<del>" HTML tags are also used. formatted Return the content after being run through MojoMojo::Formatter::*. merge_content Show the merge conflict of the content for two different edit sessions of the same page. max_version Return the highest numbered revision. previous Return the previous version of this content, or undef for the first version. pub_date Return the publishing date of this version in a format suitable for RSS 2.0. store_links Extract and store all links and wanted paged from a given content version. encoded_body Encode content body using numeric entities. AUTHOR
Marcus Ramberg <mramberg@cpan.org> LICENSE
This library is free software. You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.14.2 2010-05-23 MojoMojo::Schema::Result::Content(3pm)
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