RDF::DOAP::ChangeSets(3) create pretty ChangeLogs from RDF


use RDF::DOAP::ChangeSets;
use URI::file;

my $file = 'path/to/changelog.rdf';
my $file_uri = URI::file->new_abs($file);

my $dcs = RDF::DOAP::ChangeSets->new(
$file_uri, undef, undef, 'RDFXML');
print $dcs->to_string;


This module takes software changelogs written in the RDF DOAP Change Sets vocabulary and produces human-readable changelogs.
"RDF::DOAP::ChangeSets->new($uri, $data, $type, $fmt)"
Creates and initialises an object.

$uri is a URL for the input data. The URL is used to query the RDF data for the heading of the output changelog. It may be passed as either a string, or a URI object.

$data is the RDF data to use as input. It may be passed as a string, or as an RDF::Trine::Model object. If undefined, this module will attempt to read data from the URL using LWP::Simple.

$type gives the constructor a hint as to the RDF vocabulary you are using. For DOAP Change Sets, use 'current'; for Aaron Cope's Changefile vocab, use 'legacy'; to autodetect, use 'auto'. By default, performs autodetection. This module may crash and burn if you try to mix both vocabs!!

$fmt provides a hint as to what RDF format you're using. By default, Turtle is assumed. Valid values are whatever RDF::Trine::Parser->new accepts.

Boolean, indicating if a legacy vocab is being used.
Boolean, indicating if the current vocab is being used.
RDF::Trine::Model object representing the changelog data.
String representing the changelog URI.
Creates a human-readable representation of the changelog.
Same as "to_string", but outputs to a file.


Please report any bugs to <http://rt.cpan.org/>.


Toby Inkster <[email protected]>.


Copyright 2010-2012 Toby Inkster

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.