EPrints::CLIProcessor - utility module supporting command-line scripts
Currently this module is just a 'handler' for import scripts. In future it may do more things to support the CLI (Command-Line Interface) to EPrints.
EPrints::CLIProcessor::color( $type )
Returns boolean depending on whether $type is a permitted setting for the EPrints::CLIProcessor.
$processor = EPrints::CLIProcessor->new( session => $session, %opts )
Create a new processor object. Supported options:
scripted - backwards compatibility for import scripted interface epdata_to_dataobj - replace epdata_to_dataobj message - replace message
$processor->add_message( $type, $msg )
Add a message for the user. $type is 'error', 'warning' or 'message'. $msg is an XHTML fragment.
$dataobj = $processor->epdata_to_dataobj( $epdata, %opts )
Requests the handler create the new object from $epdata.
$processor->parsed( [ $epdata ] )
Register a parsed event, optionally with $epdata.
$processor->object( $dataset, $dataobj )
Register a new object event in $dataset with new object $dataobj.
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