-use constant SIG_MARK => 'CANONICAL_SIGNATURE'; # DRY violation!
$RDF::Crypt::Signer::AUTHORITY = 'cpan:TOBYINK';
RDF::Crypt::Signer - signs RDF graphs with RSA
serialisation used, so that Turtle and RDF/XML files containing equivalent
triples should generate the same signature.
-RDF::Crypt::Signer is a subclass of RDF::Crypt::Verifier, and can thus
-also be used to verify signatures using the private key of the signer. See
-L<RDF::Crypt::Verifier> for details of the verification methods.
+RDF::Crypt::Signer can also be used to verify signatures using the private
C<< new_from_file($file) >>
-Given a filename containing a DER or PEM encoded RSA private key, constructs
+=item * L<RDF::Crypt::Role::DoesSign>
C<< new_from_string($str) >>
-Given a string containing a DER or PEM encoded RSA private key, constructs
+=item * L<RDF::Crypt::Role::StandardSignatureMarkers>
-=item C<< new_from_privkey($key) >>
-Given a L<Crypt::OpenSSL::RSA> private key object, constructs a Signer object.
+=item * L<RDF::Crypt::Role::ToString>
C<< sign_model($model) >>
Given an L<RDF::Trine::Model>, returns a signature as a string.
-The model is converted to a canonicalised N-Triples representation (see
-L<RDF::Trine::Serializer::NTriples::Canonical>) with any triples that
-cannot be canonicalised being truncated. This representation is then
-signed using an MD5 digest, and the resulting binary signature encoded
-=item C<< generate_manifest($webid, \@urls) >>
-Given a WebID that people can use to recover your public key, and a
-list of URLs that need signing, signs each and returns an
-L<RDF::Trine::Model> containing the results of processing. This
-can be serialised as, say, Turtle to act as an endorsement for
-=item C<< sign_embed_turtle($turtle, $baseuri) >>
-Parses the given Turtle into a model, generates a signature for that
-and then returns the original Turtle with the signature embedded as
-a comment. This allows the signature to sit in the same file as the
-The base URI is used to resolve any relative URI references. Note that
-if a different base URI is provided when verifying the signature, this
-may cause verification to fail. The base URI is optional.
-=item C<< sign_embed_rdfxml($xml, $baseuri) >>
-As per C<sign_embed_turtle>, but RDF/XML.
-=item C<< sign_embed_rdfa($html, $baseuri, \%config) >>
-Similar to C<sign_embed_turtle> and C<sign_embed_rdfxml>. The base
-URI is required. A set of configuration options may be provided,
-which will be passed along to L<RDF::RDFa::Parser>'s constructor.
-Rather than storing the signature as an XML/HTML comment, the
-signature is stored on the root element as an attribute.
-=item C<< sign_text($str) >>
-Bonus method - signs a literal string which may or may not have anything
-Copyright 2010 Toby Inkster
+Copyright 2010 Toby Inkster
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
under the same terms as Perl itself.
+=head1 DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES
+THIS PACKAGE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
+WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
+MERCHANTIBILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.