use warnings;
use strict;

package Data::ICal::Entry::TimeZone;

use base qw/Data::ICal::Entry/;

=head1 NAME

Data::ICal::Entry::TimeZone - Represents a time zone definition in an iCalendar file


    my $vtimezone = Data::ICal::Entry::TimeZone->new();
        tzid => "US-Eastern",
        tzurl => ""

    $vtimezone->add_entry($daylight); # daylight/ standard not yet implemented
    $vtimezone->add_entry($standard); # :-(



A L<Data::ICal::Entry::TimeZone> object represents the declaration of
a time zone in an iCalendar file.  (Note that the iCalendar RFC refers
to entries as "components".)  It is a subclass of L<Data::ICal::Entry>
and accepts all of its methods.

This module is not yet useful, because every time zone declaration
needs to contain at least one C<STANDARD> or C<DAYLIGHT> component,
and these have not yet been implemented.

=head1 METHODS


=head2 ical_entry_type

Returns C<VTIMEZONE>, its iCalendar entry name.


sub ical_entry_type {'VTIMEZONE'}

=head2 optional_unique_properties

According to the iCalendar standard, the following properties may be
specified at most one time for a time zone declaration:

        last-modified tzurl


sub optional_unique_properties {
        last-modified tzurl

=head2 mandatory_unique_properties

According to the iCalendar standard, the C<tzid> property must be
specified exactly one time in a time zone declaration.


sub mandatory_unique_properties {

=head1 AUTHOR

Best Practical Solutions, LLC E<lt>modules@bestpractical.comE<gt>


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This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or
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