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MIME::Parser::Results

NAME

MIME::Parser::Results − results of the last entity parsed

SYNOPSIS

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   ### Do parse, get results:
   my $entity = eval { $parser−>parse(\*STDIN); };
   my $results  = $parser−>results;
   ### Get all messages logged:
   @msgs = $results−>msgs;
   ### Get messages of specific types (also tests if there were problems):
   $had_errors   = $results−>errors;
   $had_warnings = $results−>warnings;
   ### Get outermost header:
   $top_head  = $results−>top_head;

DESCRIPTION

Results from the last MIME::Parser parse.

PUBLIC INTERFACE

new

Constructor.

msgs

Instance method. Return all messages that we logged, in order. Every message is a string beginning with its type followed by ": "; the current types are "debug", "warning", and "error".

errors

Instance method. Return all error messages that we logged, in order. A convenience front-end onto msgs().

warnings

Instance method. Return all warning messages that we logged, in order. A convenience front-end onto msgs().

top_head

Instance method. Return the topmost header, if we were able to read it. This may be useful if the parse fails.

SEE ALSO

MIME::Tools, MIME::Parser

AUTHOR

Eryq (eryq AT zeegee DOT com), ZeeGee Software Inc (http://www.zeegee.com).

All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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