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CPAN::SQLite::Util(3) User Contributed Perl DocumentationCPAN::SQLite::Util(3)

NAME
       CPAN::SQLite::Util - export some	common data structures used by
       CPAN::SQLite::*

DESCRIPTION
       This module exports some	common data structures used by other
       CPAN::Search::Lite::* modules. At present these are

       o  %chaps

	  This is hash whose keys are the CPAN chapter ids with	associated
	  values being the corresponding chapter descriptions.

       o  $dslip

	  This contains	a description of the meaning of	the various "dslip"
	  codes.

       o  $table_id

	  This is a hash reference whose keys are the tables used and whose
	  values are the associated primary keys.

       o  $full_id

	  This is a hash reference whose keys are the primary keys of the
	  tables and whose values are the associated fully qualified primary
	  keys (ie, with the table name	prepended).

       o  $mode_info

	  This is a hash reference whose keys are the allowed modes of
	  CPAN::Search::Lite::Query and	whose associated values	are hash
	  references with keys "id", "name", and "text"	describing what
	  columns to use for that key.

       o  $query_info

	  This is a hash reference whose purpose is to provide shortcuts to
	  making queries using CPAN::Search::Lite::Query. The keys of this
	  reference is the shortcut name, and the associated value is a	hash
	  reference specifying the required mode and type keys.

       o  "vcmp"

	  This routine,	used as

	    if (vcmp($v1, $v2) > 0) {
	      print "$v1 is higher than	$v2\n";
	    }

	  is used to compare two versions, and returns 1/0/-1 if the first
	  argument is considered higher/equal/lower than the second. It	uses
	  "Sort::Versions".

perl v5.32.1			  2009-12-29		 CPAN::SQLite::Util(3)

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