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Manual Reference Pages  -  FLICKR::API::PEOPLE (3)

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NAME

Flickr::API::People - Perl interface to the Flickr API’s flickr.people.* methods.

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



  use Flickr::API::People;

  my $api = Flickr::API::People->new({consumer_key => your_api_key});



or



  my $api = Flickr::API::People->import_storable_config($config_file);



DESCRIPTION

This object encapsulates the flickr people methods.

Flickr::API::People is a subclass of Flickr::API, so you can access Flickr’s people information easily.

SUBROUTINES/METHODS

findByEmail() Populates user info with that found for the given email
findByUsername() Populates user info with that found for the given username
perms() Returns the permission returned by checking this supplied token
perms_caller Returns the username for which the permission applies
perms_token Returns the token for which the permission applies
perms_nsid Returns the nsid for which the permission applies
nsid() Returns the nsid of the supplied mail or username
username() Returns the username of the supplied mail or username

LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT

Copyright (C) 2015, Louis B. Moore

This program is released under the Artistic License 2.0 by The Perl Foundation.

Original version was Copyright (C) 2005 Nuno Nunes, <nfmnunes@cpan.org> This version is much changed and built on the Flickr::API as it appears in 2015. Many thanks to Nuno Nunes for getting this ball rolling.

SEE ALSO

Flickr::API. Flickr <http://www.flickr.com/>, <http://www.flickr.com/services/api/> <https://github.com/iamcal/perl-Flickr-API>
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