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Sword::Manager - Sword library manager
use Sword; my $library = Sword::Manager->new; # List available modules (Bibles, commentaries, dictionaries, books, etc.) my $modules = $library->modules; # Get a specific module by it's short name my $module = $library->get_module('KJV');
This Perl module provides access to the
SWMgr class from the Sword Engine API.
This documentation should cover everything that you can do with it. If something is wrong or missing, please report a bug.
my $library = Sword::Manager->new;
This constructs a new Sword Engine manager. This object will automatically load the module configuration from the system, user, and working directory module configuration files. If you have GNOME Sword installed or another Sword-based application, this should load all the library files available to that application.
This constructor configures the library for plain text markup.
Someday, this construction will take options to allow you to customize how the library is constructed, but today is not that day.
my $modules = $library->modules;
Returns an array reference containing the Sword::Module objects for all the installed modules found in the configuration.
my $module = $library->get_module($name);
Returns the named Sword::Module object or
undef if that module is not found.
Andrew Sterling Hanenkamp <email@example.com>
This software is copyright (c) 2010 by Qubling Software LLC.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.