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VOJ JONASS KLEE

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Nicolas Steenlant
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NAME

Catmandu::Fix::Inlineable - Role for all Catmandu fixes that can be inlined

SYNOPSIS

    package Catmandu::Fix::my_fix1;

    use Catmandu::Sane;
    use Moo;

    with 'Catmandu::Fix::Inlineable';

    sub fix {
        my ($self, $data) = @_;
        ....FIXER GENERATING CODE....
        $data
    }

    package Catmandu::Fix::my_fix2;

    use Catmandu::Sane;
    use Moo;

    # Catmandu::Fix::Base automatically is Inlineable
    with 'Catmandu::Fix::Base';

    sub emit {
        my ($self, $fixer) = @_;
        ....FIXER GENERATING CODE....
    }

    package main;

    use Catmandu::Fix::my_fix1 as => 'my_fix1';
    # disabling caching may be desirable with fixes that have side effects like
    # writing to a file, the downside is that a new instance of the fix will be
    # created with each invocation
    use Catmandu::Fix::my_fix2 as => 'my_fix2', cache => 0;

    my $data = {};

    $data = my_fix1($data);
    $data = my_fix2($data);

SEE ALSO

For more information how to create fixes read the following two blog posts:

http://librecat.org/catmandu/2014/03/14/create-a-fixer.html http://librecat.org/catmandu/2014/03/26/creating-a-fixer-2.html