dtRdr::Accessor - generate an accessor subclass
use dtRdr::Accessor ( package => 'Your::Subclass', # optional ro => [qw(foo bar baz)], rw => [qw(thing deal)], );
Creates and returns the package in which the accessors will live. Also pushes the created accessor package into the caller's @ISA.
If it already exists, simply returns the cached value.
my $package = dtRdr::Accessor->_create_package( 'caller' => $caller, 'package' => $package, # optional );
Alias "$method"() to be a shortcut for "get_$method"().
my $setter = dtRdr::Accessor->ro_w($name);
dtRdr::Accessor->class_ro(name => $value, ...);
dtRdr::Accessor->class_rw(name => $value, ...);
Creates a getter and setter and hands you a reference to the setter instead of installing it.
my $setter = dtRdr::Accessor->class_ro_w(name => $value); $setter->($value);
dtRdr::Accessor->_mk_class_accessors('ro'|'rw', $package, %data);
Eric Wilhelm <ewilhelm at cpan dot org>
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