my $linkparser = new Pod::Hyperlink::BounceURL;
$linkparser->configure( URL => '/cgi-perl/support/bounce.pl?page=%s' );
my $pod2xhtml = new Pod::Xhtml( LinkParser => $linkparser );
DESCRIPTIONSome links in your pod may not be resolveable by Pod::Hyperlink, e.g. "L<Some::Module>" - this module allows you to detect such links and generate a hyperlink instead of some static text. The target URL will probably be some kind of dynamic webpage or CGI application which can then serve up the relevant page or send a redirect to the page, hence the ``bounce'' in this module's name.
This module overrides the type() method and, for relevant links, will return a string which is ``bounceurl:'' followed by the URL, instead of returning ``page'' or ``item''. Your pod-conversion module can then switch on this case and emit the correct kind of markup. Pod::Xhtml supports the use of this module.
- configure( %OPTIONS )
- Set persistent configuration for this object. See ``OPTIONS''.
- Behaves as Pod::Hyperlink's type() method except for the unresolveable links, where the string returned is as described in ``DESCRIPTION''.
The URL to handle the link, which may be absolute or relative, of any protocol - it's just
treated as a string and is passed through sprintf(), with two string arguments that are both
The first argument is the page name, and will always exist. The second argument is the ``node'' within the page, and may be empty.
Insert '%s' where you wish the arguments to be interpolated. The string goes through sprintf() so you should have '%%' where you want an actual percent sign. If you need the arguments in a different order, see the perl-specific features of ``sprintf'' in perlfunc.
VERSION$Revision: 1.7 $
AUTHORP Kent <cpan _at_ bbc _dot_ co _dot_ uk>
COPYRIGHT(c) BBC 2007. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the GNU GPL.
See the file COPYING in this distribution, or http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt