Daisuke Maki > Pickles > Pickles::Context

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NAME ^

Pickles::Context - Pickles context class.

SYNOPSIS ^

  package MyApp::Context;
  
  use strict;
  use warnings;
  use parent 'Pickles::Context';
  __PACKAGE__->load_plugins(qw(Encode));
   
  1;
  
  __END__

METHODS ^

$c->appname

returns a application name.

$c->request, $c->req

returns a request object.

$c->response, $c->res

returns a response object.

$c->config

returns config object.

$c->render( [ $view_class ] );

render content with specified view class. if $view_class is omitted, $c->view_class is used as default.

$c->uri_for( @path, \%query );

construct absolute uri of the @path. \%query values are treat as QUERY_STRING.

$c->redirect( $url, [ $code ] );

redirect to the $url. default $code is 302. if $url is not absolute, the value is passed to $c->uri_for

$c->abort

abort next operation and goto finalize phase.

MyApp::Context->load_plugins(...);

load plugins. Omit the Pickles::Plugin:: prefix from the name.

$c->register( $name, $initializer );

Register a object. This method is delegated to Container. see Pickles::Container for details.

$c->get( $name );

get the registerred object referred by the given $name. This method is delegated to Container.

CLASS VARIABLES ^

The following class variables specify component classes. Omit the $c->appname prefix from the class name.

    # MyApp::View
    MyApp::Context->view_class('View');

    # MyApp::View::TT
    MyApp::Context->view_class('View::TT');

if you want to use fully qualified class name, use plus sign prefix.

    # Foo::View
    MyApp::Context->view_class('+Foo::View');

MyApp::Context->request_class

default value is +Pickles::Request

MyApp::Context->response_class

default value is +Pickles::Response

MyApp::Context->view_class

default value is View

AUTHOR ^

Tomohiro Ikebe <ikebe {at} livedoor.jp>

SEE ALSO ^

LICENSE ^

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

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