++ed by:
Torsten Raudssus

NAME

MooseX::POE - The Illicit Love Child of Moose and POE

VERSION

version 0.215

SYNOPSIS

    package Counter;
    use MooseX::POE;

    has count => (
        isa     => 'Int',
        is      => 'rw',
        lazy    => 1,
        default => sub { 0 },
    );

    sub START {
        my ($self) = @_;
        $self->yield('increment');
    }

    event increment => sub {
        my ($self) = @_;
        print "Count is now " . $self->count . "\n";
        $self->count( $self->count + 1 );
        $self->yield('increment') unless $self->count > 3;
    };

    no MooseX::POE;

    Counter->new();
    POE::Kernel->run();

or with MooseX::Declare:

    class Counter {
        use MooseX::POE::SweetArgs qw(event);
        
        has count => (
            isa     => 'Int',
            is      => 'rw',
            lazy    => 1,
            default => sub { 0 },
        );
        
        sub START { 
            my ($self) = @_;
            $self->yield('increment')  
        }
        
        event increment => sub {
            my ($self) = @_;
            print "Count is now " . $self->count . "\n";
            $self->count( $self->count + 1 );
            $self->yield('increment') unless $self->count > 3;            
        }
    }

    Counter->new();
    POE::Kernel->run();

DESCRIPTION

MooseX::POE is a Moose wrapper around a POE::Session.

METHODS

event $name $subref

Create an event handler named $name.

get_session_id

Get the internal POE Session ID, this is useful to hand to other POE aware functions.

yield

call

delay

alarm

alarm_add

delay_add

alarm_set

alarm_adjust

alarm_remove

alarm_remove_all

delay_set

delay_adjust

A cheap alias for the same POE::Kernel function which will gurantee posting to the object's session.

STARTALL

STOPALL

KEYWORDS

METHODS

Default POE-related methods are provided by MooseX::POE::Meta::Trait::Object which is applied to your base class (which is usually Moose::Object) when you use this module. See that module for the documentation for. Below is a list of methods on that class so you know what to look for:

NOTES ON USAGE WITH MooseX::Declare

MooseX::Declare support is still "experimental". Meaning that I don't use it, I don't have any code that uses it, and thus I can't adequately say that it won't cause monkeys to fly out of any orifices on your body beyond what the tests and the SYNOPSIS cover.

That said there are a few caveats that have turned up during testing.

1. The method keyword doesn't seem to work as expected. This is an integration issue that is being resolved but I want to wait for MooseX::Declare to gain some more polish on their slurpy arguments.

2. MooseX::POE attempts to re-export Moose, which MooseX::Declare has already exported in a custom fashion. This means that you'll get a keyword clash between the features that MooseX::Declare handles for you and the features that Moose handles. To work around this you'll need to write:

    use MooseX::POE qw(event);
    # or
    use MooseX::POE::SweetArgs qw(event);
    # or 
    use MooseX::POE::Role qw(event);

to keep MooseX::POE from exporting the sugar that MooseX::Declare doesn't like. This is fixed in the Git version of MooseX::Declare but that version (as of this writing) is not on the CPAN.

SEE ALSO

AUTHORS

  • Chris Prather <chris@prather.org>

  • Ash Berlin <ash@cpan.org>

  • Chris Williams <chris@bingosnet.co.uk>

  • Yuval (nothingmuch) Kogman

  • Torsten Raudssus <torsten@raudssus.de> http://www.raudssus.de/

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2010 by Chris Prather, Ash Berlin, Chris Williams, Yuval Kogman, Torsten Raudssus.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.




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