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NAME
    Thrift::Parser - A Thrift message (de)serialization OO representation

SYNOPSIS
      use Thrift;
      use Thrift::Parser;
      use Thrift::IDL;

      my $parser = Thrift::Parser->new(
          idl => Thrift::IDL->parse_thrift_file('tutorial.thrift'),
          service => 'Calculator',
      );

      ## Parse a payload

      # Obtain a Thrift::Protocol subclass somehow with a loaded buffer
      my $buffer   = ...;
      my $protocol = Thrift::BinaryProtocol->new($buffer);

      my $message = $parser->parse_message($protocol);

      print "Received method call " . $message->method->name . "\n";

      ## Use the auto-generated classes to create request/responses

      my $request = tutorial::Calculator::add->compose_message_call(
        num1 => 15,
        num2 => 33,
      );

      my $response = $request->compose_reply(48);

DESCRIPTION
    This module provides strict typing and full object orientation of all
    the Thrift types. It allows you, with a Thrift::IDL object, to create a
    parser which can parse any Thrift::Protocol object into a message
    object, and creates dynamic classes according to the IDL specification,
    allowing you to create method calls, objects, and responses.

METHODS
  new
      my $parser = Thrift::Parser->new(
        idl => Thrift::IDL->parse_thrift_file('..'),
        service => 'myServiceName',
      )

    Creates the Parser object and dynamic classes from the IDL file.

  parse_message
      my $message = $parser->parse_message($transport);

    Given a Thrift::Transport object, the parser will create a
    Thrift::Parser::Message object.

  full_docs_to_dir
      $parser->full_docs_to_dir($dir, $format);

    Using the dynamically generated classes, this will create 'pod' or 'pm'
    files in the target directory in the following format:

      $dir/tutorial::Calculator::testVars.pod
      (or with format 'pm')
      $dir/tutorial/Calculator/testVars.pm

    The directory will be created if it doesn't exist.

INTERNAL METHODS
  parse_structure
      my $fieldset = $parser->parse_structure($transport, $thrift_idl_method->arguments);

    Returns a Thrift::Parser::FieldSet. Attempts to read a structure off the
    transport, using an array of Thrift::IDL::Field objects to define the
    specification of the structure.

  parse_type
      my $typed_value = $parser->parse_type($transport, { idl => $thrift_idl_type_object || type => 4 });

    Reads a single value off the transport and returns it as an object in a
    Thrift::Parser::Type subclass.

  idl_type_class
      my $parser_type_class = $parser->idl_type_class($thrift_idl_type_object);

    Maps the given Thrift::IDL::Type object to one in my parser namespace.
    If it's a custom type, it'll map into a dynamic class.

  resolve_idl_type
      my $thrift_idl_type_object = $parser->resolve_idl_type($thrift_idl_custom_type_object);

    Returns the base Thrift::IDL::Type object from the given
    Thrift::IDL::Type::Custom object

SEE ALSO
    Thrift, Thrift::IDL

DEVELOPMENT
    This module is being developed via a git repository publicly available
    at <http://github.com/ewaters/thrift-parser>. I encourage anyone who is
    interested to fork my code and contribute bug fixes or new features, or
    just have fun and be creative.

COPYRIGHT
    Copyright (c) 2009 Eric Waters and XMission LLC
    (http://www.xmission.com/). All rights reserved. This program is free
    software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms
    as Perl itself.

    The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included
    with this module.

AUTHOR
    Eric Waters <ewaters@gmail.com>

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