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SimplePie A PHP-Based RSS and Atom Feed Framework. Takes the hard work out of managing a complete RSS/Atom solution.

Author: Ryan Parman
Author: Geoffrey Sneddon
Author: Ryan McCue
Copyright: 2004-2012 Ryan Parman, Geoffrey Sneddon, Ryan McCue
License: http://www.opensource.org/licenses/bsd-license.php BSD License
Version: 1.3.1
File Size: 2964 lines (98 kb)
Included or required: 1 time
Referenced: 0 times
Includes or requires: 0 files

Defines 1 class

SimplePie_Item:: (32 methods):
  __construct()
  set_registry()
  __toString()
  __destruct()
  get_item_tags()
  get_base()
  sanitize()
  get_feed()
  get_id()
  get_title()
  get_description()
  get_content()
  get_category()
  get_categories()
  get_author()
  get_contributor()
  get_contributors()
  get_authors()
  get_copyright()
  get_date()
  get_updated_date()
  get_local_date()
  get_gmdate()
  get_updated_gmdate()
  get_permalink()
  get_link()
  get_links()
  get_enclosure()
  get_enclosures()
  get_latitude()
  get_longitude()
  get_source()


Class: SimplePie_Item  - X-Ref

Manages all item-related data

Used by {@see SimplePie::get_item()} and {@see SimplePie::get_items()}

This class can be overloaded with {@see SimplePie::set_item_class()}

__construct($feed, $data)   X-Ref
Create a new item object

This is usually used by {@see SimplePie::get_items} and
{@see SimplePie::get_item}. Avoid creating this manually.

param: SimplePie $feed Parent feed
param: array $data Raw data

set_registry(SimplePie_Registry $registry)   X-Ref
Set the registry handler

This is usually used by {@see SimplePie_Registry::create}

param: SimplePie_Registry $registry
since: 1.3

__toString()   X-Ref
Get a string representation of the item

return: string

__destruct()   X-Ref
Remove items that link back to this before destroying this object


get_item_tags($namespace, $tag)   X-Ref
Get data for an item-level element

This method allows you to get access to ANY element/attribute that is a
sub-element of the item/entry tag.

See {@see SimplePie::get_feed_tags()} for a description of the return value

return: array
param: string $namespace The URL of the XML namespace of the elements you're trying to access
param: string $tag Tag name
since: 1.0

get_base($element = array()   X-Ref
Get the base URL value from the parent feed

Uses `<xml:base>`

return: string
param: array $element

sanitize($data, $type, $base = '')   X-Ref
Sanitize feed data

return: string Sanitized data
param: string $data Data to sanitize
param: int $type One of the SIMPLEPIE_CONSTRUCT_* constants
param: string $base Base URL to resolve URLs against

get_feed()   X-Ref
Get the parent feed

Note: this may not work as you think for multifeeds!

return: SimplePie
since: 1.0

get_id($hash = false)   X-Ref
Get the unique identifier for the item

This is usually used when writing code to check for new items in a feed.

Uses `<atom:id>`, `<guid>`, `<dc:identifier>` or the `about` attribute
for RDF. If none of these are supplied (or `$hash` is true), creates an
MD5 hash based on the permalink and title. If either of those are not
supplied, creates a hash based on the full feed data.

return: string
param: boolean $hash Should we force using a hash instead of the supplied ID?
since: Beta 2

get_title()   X-Ref
Get the title of the item

Uses `<atom:title>`, `<title>` or `<dc:title>`

return: string|null
since: Beta 2 (previously called `get_item_title` since 0.8)

get_description($description_only = false)   X-Ref
Get the content for the item

Prefers summaries over full content , but will return full content if a
summary does not exist.

To prefer full content instead, use {@see get_content}

Uses `<atom:summary>`, `<description>`, `<dc:description>` or
`<itunes:subtitle>`

return: string|null
param: boolean $description_only Should we avoid falling back to the content?
since: 0.8

get_content($content_only = false)   X-Ref
Get the content for the item

Prefers full content over summaries, but will return a summary if full
content does not exist.

To prefer summaries instead, use {@see get_description}

Uses `<atom:content>` or `<content:encoded>` (RSS 1.0 Content Module)

return: string|null
param: boolean $content_only Should we avoid falling back to the description?
since: 1.0

get_category($key = 0)   X-Ref
Get a category for the item

return: SimplePie_Category|null
param: int $key The category that you want to return.  Remember that arrays begin with 0, not 1
since: Beta 3 (previously called `get_categories()` since Beta 2)

get_categories()   X-Ref
Get all categories for the item

Uses `<atom:category>`, `<category>` or `<dc:subject>`

return: array|null List of {@see SimplePie_Category} objects
since: Beta 3

get_author($key = 0)   X-Ref
Get an author for the item

return: SimplePie_Author|null
param: int $key The author that you want to return.  Remember that arrays begin with 0, not 1
since: Beta 2

get_contributor($key = 0)   X-Ref
Get a contributor for the item

return: SimplePie_Author|null
param: int $key The contrbutor that you want to return.  Remember that arrays begin with 0, not 1
since: 1.1

get_contributors()   X-Ref
Get all contributors for the item

Uses `<atom:contributor>`

return: array|null List of {@see SimplePie_Author} objects
since: 1.1

get_authors()   X-Ref
Get all authors for the item

Uses `<atom:author>`, `<author>`, `<dc:creator>` or `<itunes:author>`

return: array|null List of {@see SimplePie_Author} objects
since: Beta 2

get_copyright()   X-Ref
Get the copyright info for the item

Uses `<atom:rights>` or `<dc:rights>`

return: string
since: 1.1

get_date($date_format = 'j F Y, g:i a')   X-Ref
Get the posting date/time for the item

Uses `<atom:published>`, `<atom:updated>`, `<atom:issued>`,
`<atom:modified>`, `<pubDate>` or `<dc:date>`

Note: obeys PHP's timezone setting. To get a UTC date/time, use
{@see get_gmdate}

return: int|string|null
param: string $date_format Supports any PHP date format from {@see http://php.net/date} (empty for the raw data)
since: Beta 2 (previously called `get_item_date` since 0.8)

get_updated_date($date_format = 'j F Y, g:i a')   X-Ref
Get the update date/time for the item

Uses `<atom:updated>`

Note: obeys PHP's timezone setting. To get a UTC date/time, use
{@see get_gmdate}

return: int|string|null
param: string $date_format Supports any PHP date format from {@see http://php.net/date} (empty for the raw data)

get_local_date($date_format = '%c')   X-Ref
Get the localized posting date/time for the item

Returns the date formatted in the localized language. To display in
languages other than the server's default, you need to change the locale
with {@link http://php.net/setlocale setlocale()}. The available
localizations depend on which ones are installed on your web server.

return: int|string|null
param: string $date_format Supports any PHP date format from {@see http://php.net/strftime} (empty for the raw data)
since: 1.0

get_gmdate($date_format = 'j F Y, g:i a')   X-Ref
Get the posting date/time for the item (UTC time)

return: int|string|null
param: string $date_format Supports any PHP date format from {@see http://php.net/date}

get_updated_gmdate($date_format = 'j F Y, g:i a')   X-Ref
Get the update date/time for the item (UTC time)

return: int|string|null
param: string $date_format Supports any PHP date format from {@see http://php.net/date}

get_permalink()   X-Ref
Get the permalink for the item

Returns the first link available with a relationship of "alternate".
Identical to {@see get_link()} with key 0

return: string|null Permalink URL
since: 0.8

get_link($key = 0, $rel = 'alternate')   X-Ref
Get a single link for the item

return: string|null Link URL
param: int $key The link that you want to return.  Remember that arrays begin with 0, not 1
param: string $rel The relationship of the link to return
since: Beta 3

get_links($rel = 'alternate')   X-Ref
Get all links for the item

Uses `<atom:link>`, `<link>` or `<guid>`

return: array|null Links found for the item (strings)
param: string $rel The relationship of links to return
since: Beta 2

get_enclosure($key = 0, $prefer = null)   X-Ref
Get an enclosure from the item

Supports the <enclosure> RSS tag, as well as Media RSS and iTunes RSS.

return: SimplePie_Enclosure|null
param: int $key The enclosure that you want to return.  Remember that arrays begin with 0, not 1
since: Beta 2

get_enclosures()   X-Ref
Get all available enclosures (podcasts, etc.)

Supports the <enclosure> RSS tag, as well as Media RSS and iTunes RSS.

At this point, we're pretty much assuming that all enclosures for an item
are the same content.  Anything else is too complicated to
properly support.

return: array|null List of SimplePie_Enclosure items
since: Beta 2

get_latitude()   X-Ref
Get the latitude coordinates for the item

Compatible with the W3C WGS84 Basic Geo and GeoRSS specifications

Uses `<geo:lat>` or `<georss:point>`

return: string|null
since: 1.0

get_longitude()   X-Ref
Get the longitude coordinates for the item

Compatible with the W3C WGS84 Basic Geo and GeoRSS specifications

Uses `<geo:long>`, `<geo:lon>` or `<georss:point>`

return: string|null
since: 1.0

get_source()   X-Ref
Get the `<atom:source>` for the item

return: SimplePie_Source|null
since: 1.1



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