$tree = Pod::Tree->new;
$dest = IO::File->new;
$dest = "file.pod";
$pod = Pod::Tree::Pod->new($tree, $dest);
DESCRIPTION"Pod::Tree::Pod" converts a Pod::Tree back to a POD. The destination is fixed when the object is created. The "translate" method does the actual translation.
For convenience, Pod::Tree::Pod can write the POD to a variety of destinations. The "new" method resolves the $dest argument.
Destination resolution"Pod::Tree::Pod" can write HTML to either of 2 destinations. "new" resolves $dest by checking these things, in order:
- If $dest is a reference, then it is taken to be an "IO::File" object that is already open on the file where the POD will be written.
- If $dest is not a reference, then it is taken to be the name of the file where the POD will be written.
- $pod = "new" "Pod::Tree::Pod" $tree, $dest
Creates a new "Pod::Tree::Pod" object.
$tree is a "Pod::Tree" object that represents a POD. $pod writes the POD to $dest. See ``Destination resolution'' for details.
- Writes the text of the POD. This method should only be called once.
- "Pod::Tree::Pod::new: not enough arguments"
- (F) "new" called with fewer than 2 arguments.
- "Pod::Tree::HTML::new: Can't open $dest: $!"
- (F) The destination file couldn't be opened.
- The destination doesn't actually have to be an "IO::File" object. It may be any object that has a "print" method.
AUTHORSteven McDougall, [email protected]
COPYRIGHTCopyright (c) 2000-2003 by Steven McDougall. This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.