Moose::Meta::Role::Composite - An object to represent the set of roles
A composite is a role that consists of a set of two or more roles.
The API of a composite role is almost identical to that of a regular role.
Moose::Meta::Role::Composite is a subclass of Moose::Meta::Role.
This returns a new composite role object. It accepts the same options as its parent class, with a few changes:
This option is an array reference containing a list of Moose::Meta::Role object. This is a required option.
If a name is not given, one is generated from the roles provided.
Creates a new RoleSummation role application with
%role_paramsand applies the composite role to it. The RoleSummation role application class used is determined by the composite role's
Class::MOP::Package->reinitialize, but doesn't allow passing a string with the package name, as there is no real package for composite roles.
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