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Monday November 21, 2005
12:55 PM

Slash::Client::Journal

[ #27681 ]

I just released Slash-Client, which right now is useful only for one thing: talking to Slash sites with SOAP to do journal stuff. I've been using it to post journals for a few weeks.

The base Slash::Client module handles authentication and SOAP stuff, while Slash::Client::Journal is merely a frontend to the SOAP calls add_entry, modify_entry, delete_entry, get_entry, and get_entries.

Read up on authentication in the Slash::Client POD, see the example in t/journal.t, and everything else should be self-explanatory.

Have fun. Let me know if you've got any problems.

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  • I'm about to take over Net::Blogger sometime soon. How does this client relate to Net::Blogger::Engine::Slash [cpan.org]?
    • I have absolutely no idea.
      • Let me rephase. Net::Blogger can get/edit/delete slashcode posts, ala journels. Why another one vs. using Net::Blogger? Prosumeably they do the same thing. Was there something broken that I need to fix?

        At the very least, I need to take a look at what you have an see how to make Net::Bloggers Slash support better.
        • Why another one vs. using Net::Blogger?

          It's code I use anyway, and I will support it as I make changes to Slash::Journal itself, and over time it will offer other client functions beyond journals.

          Prosumeably they do the same thing. Was there something broken that I need to fix?

          As I don't know your code at all, I couldn't say.
          • As I don't know your code at all, I couldn't say.

            Neither do I yet. :-) As soon as I get maintanership of N::B and have a look at your API, maybe I can reverse the roles so N::B uses your client. It would certainly mean it will stay more up to date with the API that way.

            Are you using SOAP or SOAPLite?