DESCRIPTIONThe "error_handler" and "errors" methods of "HTML::HTML5::Parser" generate "HTML::HTML5::Parser::Error" objects.
"HTML::HTML5::Parser::Error" overloads stringification, so can be printed, matched against regular expressions, etc.
Note that HTML::HTML5::Parser is not a validation tool, and there are many classes of error that it does not care about, so will not raise.
- "new(level=>$level, type=>$type, token=>$token, ...)"
- Constructs a new "HTML::HTML5::Parser::Error" object.
- Returns the level of error. ('MUST', 'SHOULD', 'WARN', 'INFO' or undef.)
- Returns the parsing layer involved, often undef. e.g. 'encode'.
- Returns the type of error as a string.
- Returns the tag name (if any).
($line, $col) = $error->source_line(); $line = $error->source_line;
In scalar context, "source_line" returns the line number of the source code that triggered the error.
In list context, returns a line/column pair. (Tab characters count as one column, not eight.)
- Returns a friendly error string.
AUTHORToby Inkster, <[email protected]>
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSECopyright (C) 2011-2012 by Toby Inkster
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
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