Acme::Isn't - Determine whether your objects are NOT a certain class.
use Acme::Isn't; use Some::OO::Module; my $obj = Some::Other::OO::Module->new(); die EDOOFUS if $obj->isn't('Some::OO::Module');
This module allows a programmer to determine conclusively whether their objects are not of a certain type. This sort of test can be useful to e.g. programmatically enforce inheritance hierarchies. This allows for much cleaner code than using unless and isa.
Acme::Isn't is a bit magical. You can use the
isn't method on any object you create, and just pass it a class name that you want to ensure that your object is not.
isn't returns 1 if true, 0 if false.
This module was almost wholly inspired by Damian Conway's Acme::Don't module.
Christopher Nehren, <firstname.lastname@example.org<gt>
Copyright (C) 2007 by Christopher Nehren
The author hereby releases this library into the public domain.
The author hereby disclaims all responsibility for any usage of this library in any code whatsoever. If you're silly enough to use this code, you deserve whatever you get. :-)