Class::MOP::Method::Accessor - Method Meta Object for accessors
my $reader = Class::MOP::Method::Accessor->new(
attribute => $attribute,
is_inline => 1,
accessor_type => 'reader',
$reader->body->execute($instance); # call the reader method
This is a subclass of Class::MOP::Method which is used by Class::MOP::Attribute to generate accessor code. It handles generation of readers, writers, predicates and clearers. For each type of method, it can either create a subroutine reference, or actually inline code by generating a string and eval'ing it.
This returns a new Class::MOP::Method::Accessor based on the %options provided.
This is the Class::MOP::Attribute for which accessors are being generated. This option is required.
This is a string which should be one of "reader", "writer", "accessor", "predicate", or "clearer". This is the type of method being generated. This option is required.
This indicates whether or not the accessor should be inlined. This defaults to false.
The method name (without a package name). This is required.
The package name for the method. This is required.
Returns the accessor type which was passed to new.
Returns a boolean indicating whether or not the accessor is inlined.
This returns the Class::MOP::Attribute object which was passed to new.
The method itself is generated when the accessor object is constructed.
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