App::Framework::Feature - Application feature
Features are accessed via the App::Framework object, for example:
use App::Framework '+Config' ;
App::Framework::Feature is to be derived from and cannot be accessed directly.
Provides the base object from which all features must be derived.
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The following fields should be defined either in the call to 'new()', as part of a 'set()' call, or called by their accessor method (which is the same name as the field):
Set by App::Framework as a reference to the application object. If this is not set, then the feature will skip any application-specific logic (allowing a feature to be used in the user part of an application as a stand alone object).
ARRAY ref to list of functions that this feature wants to register in the application. When a registered function is called by the framework, then the feature's method (of the same name) is also called.
Function name is of the form <name>_entry (called at the start of <name>) or <name>_exit (called at the end of <name>)
Set to the feature name (by the App::Framework). This is the name used by the application to access the feature
Create a new feature.
The %args are specified as they would be in the set method.
Initialises the object class variables.
Returns 0 since this class can not have a class instance object
Registers this feature with the parent application framework (if specified)
Setting the debug flag to level 1 prints out (to STDOUT) some debug messages, setting it to level 2 prints out more verbose messages.
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