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Manual Reference Pages  -  HTML::DOM::EVENT::MUTATION (3)

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NAME

HTML::DOM::Event::Mutation - A Perl class for HTML DOM mutation event objects

CONTENTS

VERSION

Version 0.056

SYNOPSIS



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DESCRIPTION

This class provides MutationEvent objects for HTML::DOM, which objects are passed to event handlers for certain event types when they are invoked. It inherits from HTML::DOM::Event.

METHODS

See also those inherited from HTML::DOM::Event.

    DOM Attributes

These are all read-only and ignore their arguments.
relatedNode This holds the parent node for DOMNodeInserted and DOMNodeRemoved events, and the Attr node involved for a DOMAttrModified event.
prevValue The previous value for DOMAttrModified and DOMCharacterDataModified events.
newValue The new value for the same two event types.
attrName The name of the affected attribute for DOMAttrModified events.
attrChange

    Other Methods

initMutationEvent ( $name, $propagates_up, $cancellable, $rel_node, $prev_value, $new_value, $attr_name, $attr_change_type ) This initialises the event object. See initEvent in HTML::DOM::Event for more detail.
init ( ... ) Alternative to initMutationEvent that’s easier to use:



  init $event
      type => $type,
      propagates_up => 1,
      cancellable => 1,
      rel_node => $node,
      new_value => $foo,
      prev_value => $bar,
      attr_name => $name,
      attr_change_type => HTML::DOM::Event::Mutation::REMOVAL,
  ;



EXPORTS

The following constants are exported upon request, either individually or with the ’:all’ tag. They indicated the type of change that a DOMAttrModified event represents.
o ADDITION
o MODIFICATION
o REMOVAL

SEE ALSO

HTML::DOM

HTML::DOM::Event

HTML::DOM::Event::Mouse

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