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Manual Reference Pages  -  TK::POD::TREE (3)

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NAME

Tk::Pod::Tree - list Pod file hierarchy

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS



    use Tk::Pod::Tree;

    $parent->PodTree;



WIDGET-SPECIFIC OPTIONS

Name: <B>-showcommandB> Specifies a callback for selecting a Pod module (Button-1 binding).
Name: <B>-showcommand2B> Specifies a callback for selecting a Pod module in a different window (Button-2 binding).
Name: <B>-usecacheB> True, if a cache of Pod modules should be created and used. The default is true.

DESCRIPTION

The <B>Tk::Pod::TreeB> widget shows all available Perl Pod documentation in a tree.

WIDGET METHODS

$tree-><B>FillB>(?-nocache => 1?, ?-forked => 0|1?, ?-fillcb => ...?) Find Pod modules and fill the tree widget. If -nocache is specified, then no cache will be used for loading.

A cache of Pod modules is written unless the <B>-usecacheB> configuration option of the widget is set to false.

If -forked is specified, then searching for Pods is done in the background, if possible. Note that the default is currently unspecified.

A callback may be specified with the -fillcb option and will be called after the tree is filled.

$tree-><B>SeePathB>($path) Move the anchor/selection and view to the given $path and open subtrees to make the $path visible, if necessary.

SEE ALSO

Tk::Tree, Tk::Pod, tkpod, Tk::Pod::FindPods.

AUTHOR

Slaven ReziX <slaven@rezic.de>

Copyright (c) 2001,2004 Slaven ReziX. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.

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