Reply::Plugin - base class for Reply plugins River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

A Reply plugin is an object which adds some functionality to a Reply instance by implementing some specific methods which the Reply object will call at various points during execution. Plugins may implement as many callback methods as necessary to im...

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

Reply::Plugin::Pager - command to automatically open long results in a pager River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

This plugin notices when too much output is going to be displayed as the result of an expression, and automatically loads the result into a pager instead. The "pager" option can be specified to provide a different pager to use, otherwise it will use ...

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

Reply::Plugin::Timer - time commands River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

This plugin prints timer info for results that take longer than "mintime". the default "mintime" is 0.01 seconds....

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

Reply::Plugin::Hints - persists lexical hints across input lines River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

This plugin persists the values of various compile time lexical hints between evaluated lines. This means, for instance, that entering a line like "use strict" at the Reply prompt will cause "strict" to be enabled for all future lines (at least until...

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

Reply::Plugin::Colors - colorize output River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

This plugin adds coloring to the results when they are printed to the screen. By default, errors are "red", warnings are "yellow", and normal results are "green", although this can be overridden through configuration as shown in the synopsis. Term::A...

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

Reply::Plugin::Editor - command to edit the current line in a text editor River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

This plugin provides the "#e" command. It will launch your editor, and allow you to edit bits of code in your editor, which will then be evaluated all at once. The text you entered will be saved, and restored the next time you enter the command. Alte...

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

Reply::Plugin::Nopaste - command to nopaste a transcript of the current session River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

This plugin provides a "#nopaste" command, which will use App::Nopaste to nopaste a transcript of the current Reply session. The "service" option can be used to choose an alternate service to use, rather than using the one that App::Nopaste chooses o...

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

Reply::Plugin::DataDump - format results using Data::Dump River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

This plugin uses Data::Dump to format results. By default, if it reaches an object which has a stringification overload, it will dump that directly. To disable this behavior, set the "respect_stringification" option to a false value....

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

Reply::Plugin::Packages - persist the current package between lines River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

This plugin persists the state of the current package between lines. This allows lines such as "package Foo;" in the Reply shell to do what you'd expect. The "default_package" configuration option can also be used to set the initial package to use wh...

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

Reply::Plugin::ReadLine - use Term::ReadLine for user input River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

This plugin uses Term::ReadLine to read lines from the user. This enables useful features such as line editing and command history. The history will be persisted between runs, by default in ".reply_history" in your application data directory, althoug...

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

Reply::Plugin::Interrupt - allows using Ctrl+C to interrupt long-running lines River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

This plugin allows you to use Ctrl+C to interrupt long running commands without exiting the Reply shell entirely....

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

Reply::Plugin::LoadClass - attempts to load classes implicitly if possible River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

If executing a line of code fails due to a method not being defined on a package, this plugin will load the corresponding module and then try executing the line again. This simplifies common cases like running "DateTime->now" at the prompt before loa...

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

Reply::Plugin::DataDumper - format results using Data::Dumper River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

This plugin uses Data::Dumper to format results....

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

Reply::Plugin::AutoRefresh - automatically refreshes the external code you use River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

This plugin automatically refreshes all loaded modules before every statement execution. It's useful if you are working on a module in a file and you want the changes to automatically be loaded in Reply. It takes a single argument, "track_require", w...

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

Reply::Plugin::DataPrinter - format results using Data::Printer River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

This plugin uses Data::Printer to format results....

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

Reply::Plugin::ResultCache - retain previous results to be able to refer to them later River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

This plugin caches the results of successful evaluations, and provides them in a lexical array (by default @res, although this can be changed via the "variable" option). This means that you can, for instance, access the value returned by the previous...

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

Reply::Plugin::FancyPrompt - provides a more informative prompt River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

This plugin enhances the default Reply prompt. Currently, the only difference is that it includes a counter of the number of lines evaluated so far in the current session....

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

Reply::Plugin::CollapseStack - display error stack traces only on demand River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

This plugin hides stack traces until you specifically request them with the "#stack" command. The number of lines of stack to always show is configurable; specify the "num_lines" option....

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

Reply::Plugin::LexicalPersistence - persists lexical variables between lines River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

This plugin persists the values of lexical variables between input lines. For instance, with this plugin you can enter "my $x = 2" into the Reply shell, and then use $x as expected in subsequent lines....

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

Reply::Plugin::Autocomplete::Methods - tab completion for methods River stage two • 14 direct dependents • 21 total dependents

This plugin registers a tab key handler to autocomplete method names in Perl code....

DOY/Reply-0.42 - 24 Aug 2016 02:21:49 GMT

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