MasonX::Resolver::WidgetFactory - resolve paths to HTML::Widget::Factory plugins
use MasonX::Resolver::WidgetFactory; my $res = MasonX::Resolver::WidgetFactory->new( factory => My::Widget::Factory->new, prefix => '/widget', ); my $interp = HTML::Mason::Interp->new( resolver => $res, # ... other options ... );
This Resolver exposes the plugins of a HTML::Widget::Factory object as virtual components under a given prefix.
my $res = MasonX::Resolver::WidgetFactory->new( prefix => '/widget', ); # elsewhere: <& /widget/select, name => "myselect", options => \@options &>
The component call to
/widget/select is translated to
Among other things, this means that you can use component-with-content calls, which may be easier in some situations:
<&| /widget/button &> This is normal mason content, including <% $various_interpolations %> and other <& /component/calls &> </&>
The component path root under which to respond.
The HTML::Widget::Factory object to use. Defaults to a new HTML::Widget::Factory object.
Boolean. If false (the default), the resolver will return false when asked to resolve a path that does not correspond to a widget provided by the factory. If true, it will die instead.
Hans Dieter Pearcey,
<hdp at pobox.com>
Please report any bugs or feature requests to
bug-masonx-resolver-widgetfactory at rt.cpan.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=MasonX-Resolver-WidgetFactory. I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.
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Copyright 2008 Hans Dieter Pearcey.
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