Net::Blogger::API::Core - Blogger API methods
It's very dark in here because this is a black box.
Net::Blogger::API::Core defined methods that correspond to the Blogger API.
It is inherited by Net::Blogger::Engine::Base.pm
Fetch the blogid, url and blogName for each of the Blogger blogs the current user is registered to.
Returns an array ref of hashes.
Add a new post to the Blogger server.
Valid arguments are :
If the length of postbody exceeds maximum length allowed by the Blogger servers -- 65,536 characters -- currently the text will be chunked into smaller pieces are each piece will be posted separately.
Releases prior to Net::Blogger 0.85 accepted a list of arguments rather than a reference. Version 0.85+ are backwards compatible.
Returns an array containing one, or more, post ids.
Returns a hash ref, containing the following keys : userid, postid, content and dateCreated.
Fetch the latest (n) number of posts for a given blog. The most recent posts are returned first.
Valid arguments are
Int. If no argument is passed to the method, default is 1.
"NumberOfPosts is limited to 20 at this time. Let me know if this gets annoying. Letting this number get too high could result in some expensive db access, so I want to be careful with it." --Ev
Returns true or false, followed by an array of hash refs. Each hash ref contains the following keys : postid,content,userid,dateCreated
Update the Blogger database. Set the body of entry $postid to $body.
Scalar ref or a valid filehandle.
Delete a post from the Blogger server.
Returns true or false.
Set the body of the template matching type $type.
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template is the HTML (XML, whatever -- Blogger can output any sort
of text). Must contain opening and closing <Blogger> tags to be
valid and accepted.
Scalar ref. required
Valid types are "main" and "archiveIndex"
Fetch the body of the template matching type $type.
Valid types are
Returns a string.
$Date: 2005/03/26 19:29:08 $
Aaron Straup Cope
Copyright (c) 2001-2005 Aaron Straup Cope.
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