Jon Portnoy

NAME

MoopsX::ListObjects - Use Moops with List::Objects::WithUtils

SYNOPSIS

  package My::App;
  use MoopsX::ListObjects;

  class Foo {
    has mylist => ( 
      default => sub { array }, 
      isa     => ArrayObj
    );

    has mydata => ( 
      default => sub { +{} },
      isa     => HashObj,
      coerce  => 1
    );

    method add_items (@items) {
      $self->mylist->push(@items)
    }

    method find_matches (Str $string) {
      $self->mylist->grep(sub { $_ eq $string })
    }
  }

  my $foo = Foo->new;

  $foo->add_items(qw/ foo bar baz /);

  my $matches = $foo->find_matches( 'foo' );

DESCRIPTION

Extends Toby Inkster's Moops sugary class building syntax with List::Objects::WithUtils objects.

Importing MoopsX::ListObjects is the same as importing Moops, but with all of the objects available from List::Objects::WithUtils, as well as the types and coercions from List::Objects::Types.

SEE ALSO

Moops

List::Objects::WithUtils

List::Objects::Types

List::Objects::WithUtils::Role::Array

List::Objects::WithUtils::Role::Hash

AUTHOR

Jon Portnoy <avenj@cobaltirc.org>




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