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- Distribution: EPublisher
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EPublisher - Publish documents in new format
use EPublisher; my $yaml = './test.yml'; my @projects = qw(Test); my $deploy = EPublisher->new; $deploy->config( $yaml ); $deploy->run( \@projects );
The correspondend YAML file:
--- Test: source: type: Module path: YAML::Tiny target: type: Text path: C:\anything\YAML_Tiny.txt
This tool aims to simplify publishing of documents, mainly POD. To be extendable, it uses a simple plugin system. It uses YAML files for configuration (see YAML::Tiny) and many CPAN modules for this task.
You can write your own plugins for your favourite source format (see EPublisher::Source::Base) and/or a plugin for your favourite output format.
"Sources" are input sources of the POD. In this base package there are three source plugins:
Get all *.pm and *.pod files in the given directory and its subdirectories. See EPublisher::Source::Plugin::Dir.
The Pod will be extracted from the given file.
This tool will try to get the POD off the module (without loading the module).
EPublisher::Source::Base describes how you can write your own Source-Plugin.
"Targets" are output formats. Currently there are two formats supported, but other target plugins will follow.
converts POD to plain text.
EPublisher::Target::Base describes how you can write your own Target-Plugin.
All methods available for EPublisher are described in the subsequent sections
There is a small "pseudo" protocol for the debug messages:
100 start running source 101 stop running source (success) 102 error 200 start running target plugin 201 stop running target plugin (success) 202 error 203 info from target plugin
Renee Baecker <email@example.com>
This software is Copyright (c) 2015 by Renee Baecker.
This is free software, licensed under:
The Artistic License 2.0 (GPL Compatible)