wxPerl::Styles - shortcuts for wxFOO style constants
This package encapsulates stringwise access to wxPerl constants, primarily for use in specifying styles, but also for comparing constants.
use Wx qw( ALIGN_RIGHT ); ... wxALIGN_RIGHT ... ;
use Wx (); use wxPerl::Styles 'wxVal'; ... wxVal('align_right') ... ;
Names will be uppercased automatically.
When using wxPerl::Constructors, style is always a named parameter, so this gives you the 'style => ...' bit:
use Wx (); use wxPerl::Constructors; use wxPerl::Styles 'style'; ... my $text_ctrl = wxPerl::TextCtrl->new($self, 'some text here', style('hscroll', te => 'process_enter|multiline') );
This does delay typo errors until run-time, but widget-construction is pretty close to compile time, and the error messages are likely to be more informative than 'syntax error'. Also, I think that's a small price to pay for not having all of those extra methods kicking around in your class.
my $style = wxVal('align_right', te => 'PROCESS_ENTER|MULTILINE' );
Same as wxVal(), but returns (style => $style) for use with wxPerl::Constructors named parameter lists.
my %param = style(@list);
Hash-parameter shortcut for 'id => Wx::wxID_OK()' and etc.
my %param = ID('ok');
my $const = _mk_constant($prefix, $string);
Expects a fully qualified subname such as 'Wx::wxALIGN_RIGHT'.
my $const = _get_constant($name);
Eric Wilhelm @ <ewilhelm at cpan dot org>
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