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UNIVERSAL::exports - Lightweight, universal exporting of variables
package Foo; use UNIVERSAL::exports; # Just like Exporter. @EXPORT = qw($This &That); @EXPORT_OK = qw(@Left %Right); # Meanwhile, in another piece of code! package Bar; use Foo; # exports $This and &That.
This is an alternative to Exporter intended to provide a universal, lightweight subset of its functionality. It uses Exporter::Lite, so look there for details.
exports() is provided to find out what symbols a module exports.
UNIVERSAL::exports places its methods in the UNIVERSAL namespace, so there is no need to subclass from it.
UNIVERSAL::exports has two public methods, import() derived from Exporter::Lite, and exports().
This is Exporter::Lite's import() method. Look in Exporter::Lite for details.
@exported_symbols = Some::Module->exports; Some::Module->exports($symbol);
Reports what symbols are exported by Some::Module. With no arguments, it simply returns a list of all exportable symbols. Otherwise, it reports if it will export a given $symbol.
- '"%s" is not exported by the %s module'
Attempted to import a symbol which is not in @EXPORT or @EXPORT_OK.
- 'Can\'t export symbol: %s'
Attempted to import a symbol of an unknown type (ie. the leading $@% salad wasn't recognized).
Michael G Schwern <email@example.com>
Please report bugs and issues via http://rt.cpan.org
Copyright 2001, 2006 Michael G Schwern
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
The Perl 6 RFC that started it all: http://dev.perl.org/rfc/257.pod
More UNIVERSAL magic: UNIVERSAL::require