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NAME ^

Dancer2::Core::Error - Class representing fatal errors

VERSION ^

version 0.150000

SYNOPSIS ^

    # taken from send_file:
    use Dancer2::Core::Error;

    my $error = Dancer2::Core::Error->new(
        status    => 404,
        message => "No such file: `$path'"
    );

    Dancer2::Core::Response->set($error->render);

DESCRIPTION ^

With Dancer2::Core::Error you can throw reasonable-looking errors to the user instead of crashing the application and filling up the logs.

This is usually used in debugging environments, and it's what Dancer2 uses as well under debugging to catch errors and show them on screen.

ATTRIBUTES ^

show_errors

charset

type

The error type.

title

The title of the error page.

This is only an attribute getter, you'll have to set it at new.

status

The status that caused the error.

This is only an attribute getter, you'll have to set it at new.

message

The message of the error page.

METHODS ^

my $error=new Dancer2::Core::Error(status => 404, message => "No such file: `$path'");

Create a new Dancer2::Core::Error object. For available arguments see ATTRIBUTES.

supported_hooks ();

throw($response)

Populates the content of the response with the error's information. If $response is not given, acts on the app attribute's response.

backtrace

Create a backtrace of the code where the error is caused.

This method tries to find out where the error appeared according to the actual error message (using the message attribute) and tries to parse it (supporting the regular/default Perl warning or error pattern and the Devel::SimpleTrace output) and then returns an error-highlighted message.

tabulate

Small subroutine to help output nicer.

environment

A main function to render environment information: the caller (using get_caller), the settings and environment (using dumper) and more.

get_caller

Creates a stack trace of callers.

FUNCTIONS ^

_censor

An private function that tries to censor out content which should be protected.

dumper calls this method to censor things like passwords and such.

my $string=_html_encode ($string);

Private function that replaces illegal entities in (X)HTML with their escaped representations.

html_encode() doesn't do any UTF black magic.

dumper

This uses Data::Dumper to create nice content output with a few predefined options.

AUTHOR ^

Dancer Core Developers

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is copyright (c) 2014 by Alexis Sukrieh.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

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