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WWW::Topica::Reply(3pm) 				User Contributed Perl Documentation				   WWW::Topica::Reply(3pm)

NAME
WWW::Topica::Index - parse a single Topic mailing list index SYNOPSIS
my $index = WWW::Topic::Index->new($index_html); foreach my $message_id ($index->message_ids) { # the mail has some information and also provides a link to the reply ... my $mail = WWW::Topica::Mail->new($topica->fetch_mail($mess_id), $mess_id); # which has other information (like the un-htmled mail and the email address) ... my $reply = WWW::Topica::Reply->new($topica->fetch_reply($mail->id, $mail->eto), $mail->id, $mail->eto); } print "Next offset is ".$index->next." "; print "Previous offset is ".$index->prev." "; DESCRIPTION
Used to parse a single reply page from Topica.com's mailing list indexes. Reply pages have the body of the email (albeit quoted) and potentially a full email address. METHODS
new <page html> <message id> <eto> Takes the html of the page, the eto and the message-id and parses the html. parse <html> Parse the html to get the subject, email address and body of the email. id Get the message id eto Get the message eto email Get the email address parsed out. subject Get the email subject parsed out. body Get the email body parsed out. AUTHOR
Simon Wistow <simon@thegestalt.org> COPYRIGHT
Copyright (c) 2004, Simon Wistow perl v5.10.1 2006-01-03 WWW::Topica::Reply(3pm)

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WWW::Topica::Index(3pm) 				User Contributed Perl Documentation				   WWW::Topica::Index(3pm)

NAME
WWW::Topica::Index - parse a single Topic mailing list index SYNOPSIS
my $index = WWW::Topic::Index->new($index_html); foreach my $mess_id ($index->message_ids) { # the mail has some information and also provides a link to the reply ... my $mail = WWW::Topica::Mail->new($topica->fetch_mail($mess_id), $mess_id); # which has other information (like the un-htmled mail and the email address) ... my $reply = WWW::Topica::Reply->new($topica->fetch_reply($mail->id, $mail->eto), $mail->id, $mail->eto); } print "Next offset is ".$index->next." "; print "Previous offset is ".$index->prev." "; DESCRIPTION
Used to parse a single index page from Topica.com's mailing list indexes. METHODS
new <page html> parse <html> Parse the html to get message ids and next & prev offsets. message_ids Return all the messge ids found on the page prev Return the offset of the previous page or undef if there is none. next Return the offset of the next page or undef if there is none. AUTHOR
Simon Wistow <simon@thegestalt.org> COPYRIGHT
Copyright (c) 2004, Simon Wistow perl v5.10.1 2006-01-03 WWW::Topica::Index(3pm)
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