Syndication::Person Class Referenceabstract

#include <person.h>

Public Member Functions

virtual ~Person ()
virtual QString debugInfo () const
virtual QString email () const =0
virtual bool isNull () const =0
virtual QString name () const =0
virtual bool operator== (const Person &other) const
virtual QString uri () const =0

Detailed Description

Person objects hold information about a person, such as the author of the content syndicated in the feed.

Depending on the feed format, different information is available. While according to the RSS2 spec, RSS2 author elements must contain only an e-mail address, Atom requires the person's name and the e-mail address is optional. Also, in reality, feeds often contain other information than what is specified in the specs. Syndication tries to find out what author information is contained and maps it to this representation.

Frank Osterfeld

Definition at line 52 of file person.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

Syndication::Person::~Person ( )


Definition at line 30 of file person.cpp.

Member Function Documentation

QString Syndication::Person::debugInfo ( ) const

description of the person for debugging purposes.

debug string

Definition at line 34 of file person.cpp.

virtual QString Syndication::Person::email ( ) const
pure virtual

e-mail address of the person (optional)

email address, or a null string if not specified
virtual bool Syndication::Person::isNull ( ) const
pure virtual

returns whether this object is a null person

virtual QString Syndication::Person::name ( ) const
pure virtual

the name of the person (optional)

the name of the person as plain text, or a null string if not specified
bool Syndication::Person::operator== ( const Person other) const

compares two person instances.

Persons are equal if and only if their respective name(), uri() and email() values are equal.

otheranother person instance

Definition at line 61 of file person.cpp.

virtual QString Syndication::Person::uri ( ) const
pure virtual

a URI associated with the person.

(optional) This is usually the URL of the person's homepage.

URI of the person, or a null string if not specified

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