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HTTP::MobileAgent::PluUser:Contributed PeHTTP::MobileAgent::Plugin::Locator(3)

NAME
       HTTP::MobileAgent::Plugin::Locator - Handling mobile location
       information plugin for HTTP::MobileAgent

SYNOPSIS
	   use CGI;
	   use HTTP::MobileAgent;
	   use HTTP::MobileAgent::Plugin::Locator;

	   $q =	CGI->new;
	   $agent = HTTP::MobileAgent->new;

	   # get location is Geo::Coordinates::Converter::Point	instance formatted wgs84
	   # ./t/* has many examples.
	   $location = $agent->get_location( $q	);
	   # or
	   $location = $agent->get_location( { lat => '35.21.03.342',
					       lon => '138.34.45.725',
					       geo => 'wgs84' }	);
	   # or
	   $location = $agent->get_location( $q, { locator => $LOCATOR_GPS } );

	   # get latitude and longitude
	   print "lat is " . $location->lat;
	   print "lng is " . $location->lng;

METHODS
   get_location([params], $option_ref);
       return Geo::Coordinates::Converter::Point instance formatted if specify
       gps or basic location parameters	sent from carrier. The parameters are
       different by each carrier.

       This method accepts a CGI-ish object (an	object with 'param' method,
       e.g. CGI.pm, Apache::Request, Plack::Request) or	a hashref of query
       parameters.

       $option_ref->{locator}
	   select locator class	algorithm option.

	   $LOCATOR_AUTO_FROM_COMPLIANT
	    auto detect	locator	from gps compliant. This is default.

	   $LOCATOR_AUTO
	    auto detect	locator	class from params.

	   $LOCATOR_GPS
	    select GPS class.

	   $LOCATOR_BASIC
	    select BasicLocation class.

   gps_compliant()
       returns if the agent is GPS compliant.

CLASSES
       HTTP::MobileAgent::Plugin::Locator::DoCoMo::BasicLocation
	   for iArea data support.

       HTTP::MobileAgent::Plugin::Locator::DoCoMo::GPS
	   for GPS data	support.

       HTTP::MobileAgent::Plugin::Locator::EZweb::BasicLocation
	   for basic location information data support.

       HTTP::MobileAgent::Plugin::Locator::EZweb::GPS
	   for EZnavi data support.

       HTTP::MobileAgent::Plugin::Locator::SoftBank::BasicLocation
	   for basic location information data support.

       HTTP::MobileAgent::Plugin::Locator::SoftBank::GPS
	   for GPS data	support.

       HTTP::MobileAgent::Plugin::Locator::Willcom::BasicLocation
	   for basic location information data support.

EXAMPLES
       There is	request	template using "Template" in eg	directory and
       mod_rewrite configuration for ezweb extraordinary parameter handling.

COOK BOOK
       HOW DO I	GET iArea area code.
	       use Geo::Coordinates::Converter::iArea;
	       my $areacode = $agent->get_location($q)->converter('iarea')->areacode;

       HOW DO I	GET geohash.
	       use Geo::Coordinates::Converter::Format::GeoHash;
	       my $geohash = $ma->get_location(
		   { lat => '35.21.03.342', lon	=> '138.34.45.725', geo	=> 'wgs84' },
	       )->converter('wgs84', 'geohash')->geohash;

AUTHOR
       Yoshiki Kurihara	 <kurihara __at__ cpan.org> with many feedbacks	and
       changes from:

	 Tokuhiro Matsuno E<lt>tokuhirom __at__	gmail.comE<gt>
	 Masahiro Chiba	E<lt>chiba __at__ geminium.comE<gt>

SEE ALSO
       "HTTP::MobileAgent", "Geo::Coordinates::Converter",
       "Geo::Coordinates::Converter::Point",
       "Geo::Coordinates::Converter::iArea",
       "http://coderepos.org/share/log/lang/perl/HTTP-MobileAgent-Plugin-Locator/"

LICENCE
       This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
       under the same terms as Perl itself. See	perlartistic.

POD ERRORS
       Hey! The	above document had some	coding errors, which are explained
       below:

       Around line 226:
	   Expected text after =item, not a bullet

perl v5.32.0			  2011-02HTTP::MobileAgent::Plugin::Locator(3)

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