use strict;
use warnings;
package Moose::Role;
our $VERSION = '2.2011';

use Scalar::Util ();
use Carp ();
use Class::Load  'is_class_loaded';
use Module::Runtime 'module_notional_filename';

use Sub::Exporter;

use Moose       ();
use Moose::Util 'throw_exception';

use Moose::Exporter;
use Moose::Meta::Role;
use Moose::Util::TypeConstraints;

sub extends {

sub with {
    Moose::Util::apply_all_roles( shift, @_ );

sub requires {
    my $meta = shift;
    throw_exception( MustSpecifyAtleastOneMethod => role_name => $meta->name ) unless @_;

sub excludes {
    my $meta = shift;
    throw_exception( MustSpecifyAtleastOneRole => role_name => $meta->name ) unless @_;

sub has {
    my $meta = shift;
    my $name = shift;
    throw_exception( InvalidHasProvidedInARole => role_name       => $meta->name,
                                                  attribute_name  => $name,
        if @_ == 1;
    my %context = Moose::Util::_caller_info;
    $context{context} = 'has declaration';
    $context{type} = 'role';
    my %options = ( definition_context => \%context, @_ );
    my $attrs = ( ref($name) eq 'ARRAY' ) ? $name : [ ($name) ];
    $meta->add_attribute( $_, %options ) for @$attrs;

sub _add_method_modifier {
    my $type = shift;
    my $meta = shift;

    if ( ref($_[0]) eq 'Regexp' ) {
        throw_exception( RolesDoNotSupportRegexReferencesForMethodModifiers => modifier_type => $type,
                                                                               role_name     => $meta->name,

    Moose::Util::add_method_modifier($meta, $type, \@_);

sub before { _add_method_modifier('before', @_) }

sub after  { _add_method_modifier('after',  @_) }

sub around { _add_method_modifier('around', @_) }

# see for discussion
sub super {
    return unless $Moose::SUPER_BODY;

sub override {
    my $meta = shift;
    my ( $name, $code ) = @_;
    $meta->add_override_method_modifier( $name, $code );

sub inner {

sub augment {

    with_meta => [
        qw( with requires excludes has before after around override )
    as_is => [
        qw( extends super inner augment ),

sub init_meta {
    my %args = @_;

    my $role = $args{for_class};

    unless ($role) {
        require Moose;
        throw_exception( InitMetaRequiresClass => params => \%args );

    my $metaclass = $args{metaclass} || "Moose::Meta::Role";
    my $meta_name = exists $args{meta_name} ? $args{meta_name} : 'meta';

    throw_exception( MetaclassNotLoaded => class_name => $metaclass )
        unless is_class_loaded($metaclass);

    throw_exception( MetaclassMustBeASubclassOfMooseMetaRole => role_name => $metaclass )
        unless $metaclass->isa('Moose::Meta::Role');

    # make a subtype for each Moose role
    role_type $role unless find_type_constraint($role);

    my $meta;
    if ( $meta = Class::MOP::get_metaclass_by_name($role) ) {
        unless ( $meta->isa("Moose::Meta::Role") ) {
            if ( $meta->isa('Moose::Meta::Class') ) {
                throw_exception( MetaclassIsAClassNotASubclassOfGivenMetaclass => class_name => $role,
                                                                                  metaclass  => $metaclass,
            } else {
                throw_exception( MetaclassIsNotASubclassOfGivenMetaclass => class_name => $role,
                                                                            metaclass  => $metaclass,
    else {
        $meta = $metaclass->initialize($role);
        my $filename = module_notional_filename($meta->name);
        $INC{$filename} = '(set by Moose)'
            unless exists $INC{$filename};

    if (defined $meta_name) {
        # also check for inherited non moose 'meta' method?
        my $existing = $meta->get_method($meta_name);
        if ($existing && !$existing->isa('Class::MOP::Method::Meta')) {
            Carp::cluck "Moose::Role is overwriting an existing method named "
                      . "$meta_name in role $role with a method "
                      . "which returns the class's metaclass. If this is "
                      . "actually what you want, you should remove the "
                      . "existing method, otherwise, you should rename or "
                      . "disable this generated method using the "
                      . "'-meta_name' option to 'use Moose::Role'.";

    return $meta;


# ABSTRACT: The Moose Role



=encoding UTF-8

=head1 NAME

Moose::Role - The Moose Role

=head1 VERSION

version 2.2011


  package Eq;
  use Moose::Role; # automatically turns on strict and warnings

  requires 'equal';

  sub no_equal {
      my ($self, $other) = @_;

  # ... then in your classes

  package Currency;
  use Moose; # automatically turns on strict and warnings

  with 'Eq';

  sub equal {
      my ($self, $other) = @_;
      $self->as_float == $other->as_float;

  # ... and also

  package Comparator;
  use Moose;

  has compare_to => (
      is      => 'ro',
      does    => 'Eq',
      handles => 'Eq',

  # ... which allows

  my $currency1 = Currency->new(...);
  my $currency2 = Currency->new(...);
  Comparator->new(compare_to => $currency1)->equal($currency2);


The concept of roles is documented in L<Moose::Manual::Roles>. This document
serves as API documentation.


Moose::Role currently supports all of the functions that L<Moose> exports, but
differs slightly in how some items are handled (see L</CAVEATS> below for

Moose::Role also offers two role-specific keyword exports:

=head2 requires (@method_names)

Roles can require that certain methods are implemented by any class which
C<does> the role.

Note that attribute accessors also count as methods for the purposes
of satisfying the requirements of a role.

=head2 excludes (@role_names)

Roles can C<exclude> other roles, in effect saying "I can never be combined
with these C<@role_names>". This is a feature which should not be used

=head2 no Moose::Role

Moose::Role offers a way to remove the keywords it exports, through the
C<unimport> method. You simply have to say C<no Moose::Role> at the bottom of
your code for this to work.


When you use Moose::Role, you can specify traits which will be applied to your
role metaclass:

    use Moose::Role -traits => 'My::Trait';

This is very similar to the attribute traits feature. When you do
this, your class's C<meta> object will have the specified traits
applied to it. See L<Moose/Metaclass and Trait Name Resolution> for more

All role metaclasses (note, not the role itself) extend L<Moose::Meta::Role>.
You can test if a package is a role or not using L<Moose::Util/is_role>.


In addition to being applied to a class using the 'with' syntax (see
L<Moose::Manual::Roles>) and using the L<Moose::Util> 'apply_all_roles'
method, roles may also be applied to an instance of a class using
L<Moose::Util> 'apply_all_roles' or the role's metaclass:

   MyApp::Test::SomeRole->meta->apply( $instance );

Doing this creates a new, mutable, anonymous subclass, applies the role to that,
and reblesses. In a debugger, for example, you will see class names of the
form C< Moose::Meta::Class::__ANON__::SERIAL::6 >, which means that doing a
'ref' on your instance may not return what you expect. See L<Moose::Object> for

Additional params may be added to the new instance by providing
'rebless_params'. See L<Moose::Meta::Role::Application::ToInstance>.

=head1 CAVEATS

Role support has only a few caveats:

=over 4

=item *

Roles cannot use the C<extends> keyword; it will throw an exception for now.
The same is true of the C<augment> and C<inner> keywords (not sure those
really make sense for roles). All other Moose keywords will be I<deferred>
so that they can be applied to the consuming class.

=item *

Role composition does its best to B<not> be order-sensitive when it comes to
conflict resolution and requirements detection. However, it is order-sensitive
when it comes to method modifiers. All before/around/after modifiers are
included whenever a role is composed into a class, and then applied in the order
in which the roles are used. This also means that there is no conflict for
before/around/after modifiers.

In most cases, this will be a non-issue; however, it is something to keep in
mind when using method modifiers in a role. You should never assume any


=head1 BUGS

See L<Moose/BUGS> for details on reporting bugs.

=head1 AUTHORS

=over 4

=item *

Stevan Little <>

=item *

Dave Rolsky <>

=item *

Jesse Luehrs <>

=item *

Shawn M Moore <>

=item *

יובל קוג'מן (Yuval Kogman) <>

=item *

Karen Etheridge <>

=item *

Florian Ragwitz <>

=item *

Hans Dieter Pearcey <>

=item *

Chris Prather <>

=item *

Matt S Trout <>



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