Moose::Object - The base object for Moose
This class is the default base class for all Moose-using classes. When you
use Moose in this class, your class will inherit from this class.
It provides a default constructor and destructor, which run the
DEMOLISHALL methods respectively.
You don't actually need to inherit from this in order to use Moose, but it makes it easier to take advantage of all of Moose's features.
This method calls
$class->BUILDARGS(@_), and then creates a new instance of the appropriate class. Once the instance is created, it calls
The default implementation of this method accepts a hash or hash reference of named parameters. If it receives a single argument that isn't a hash reference it throws an error.
You can override this method in your class to handle other types of options passed to the constructor.
This method should always return a hash reference of named options.
This method will call every
BUILDmethod in the inheritance hierarchy, starting with the most distant parent class and ending with the object's class.
BUILDmethod will be passed the hash reference returned by
This will call every
DEMOLISHmethod in the inheritance hierarchy, starting with the object's class and ending with the most distant parent.
DEMOLISHwill receive a boolean indicating whether or not we are currently in global destruction.
This returns true if the object does the given role.
- DOES ($class_or_role_name)
This is a a Moose role-aware implementation of "DOES" in UNIVERSAL.
This is effectively the same as writing:
$object->does($name) || $object->isa($name)
This method will work with Perl 5.8, which did not implement
This is a handy utility for
Data::Dumpering an object. By default, the maximum depth is 1, to avoid making a mess.
See "BUGS" in Moose for details on reporting bugs.
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