CatalystX::Plugin::Blurb - (alpha software) handle transient messages and UI elements.
This is not something I'd encourage you to use yet. I am releasing it to the CPAN so it can be available for building another package. This is half done. It was written well over a year ago and barely used or touched since. It might be a mistake. It might be abandoned. If you try it though, have fun.
use Catalyst qw( Unicode Session +CatalystX::Plugin::Blurb );
Blurbs are normally only kept for a single response. If you set
flash_blurb to true the blurbs will be kept for the next request via flash.
Puts the blurbs into flash for the next request if
flash_blurb has been set.
No bugs have been reported.
Please report any bugs or feature requests to
email@example.com, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org.
Flash blurb interface is wrong. They should be just like blurbs, not a switch. They should also have an expiration baked in.
Ashley Pond V
Copyright (c) 2009, Ashley Pond V.
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