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NAME

Devel::LeakGuard::Object::State - Scoped object leak checking

VERSION

This document describes Devel::LeakGuard::Object::State version 0.08

SYNOPSIS

  use Devel::LeakGuard::Object::State;

  # Later
  my $leakstate = Devel::LeakGuard::Object::State->new(
      on_leak => 'die'
  );

  My::Thing->leaky();

  $leakstate->done;

DESCRIPTION

A Devel::LeakGuard::Object::State captures the current leakstate of object allocations within a program. When "done" is called the saved allocation leakstate is compared with the current leakstate and any discrepancies are reported.

INTERFACE

new

Create a new Devel::LeakGuard::Object::State. A number of options may be supplied. To see the full list refer to "leakguard" in Devel::LeakGuard::Object.

done

Call done at the end of the area of code to be leak-checked. If allocation imbalances are detected the action taken depends on the options passed to "new". By default a warning is displayed.

AUTHOR

Andy Armstrong <andy@hexten.net>

LICENCE AND COPYRIGHT

Copyright (c) 2009-2015, Andy Armstrong <andy@hexten.net>.

This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See perlartistic.