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NAME ^

UR::Object::Type::ModuleWriter - Helper module for UR::Object::Type responsible for writing Perl modules

DESCRIPTION ^

Subroutines within this module actually live in the UR::Object::Type namespace; this module is just a convienent place to collect them. The Module Writer is used by the class updater system ((UR::Namespace::Command::Update::Classes and 'ur update classes) to add, remove and alter the Perl modules behind the classes within a Namespace.

METHODS ^

resolve_module_header_source
  $classobj->resolve_module_header_source();

Returns a string that represents a fully-formed class definition the the given class metaobject $classobj.

resolve_class_description_perl
  $classobj->resolve_class_description_perl()

Used by resolve_module_header_source(). This method inspects all the applicable properties of the class metaobject and builds up a string that gets inserted between the {...} of the class definition string.

rewrite_module_header
  $classobj->rewrite_module_header();

This method rewrites an existing Perl module file in place for the class metaobject, or creates a new file if one does not already exist.

module_base_name

Returns the pathname of the class's module relative to the top level directory of that class's Namespace.

module_path

Returns the fully qualified pathname of the class's module.

module_source_lines

Returns the text of the class's Perl module as a list of strings.

module_source

Returns the text of the class's Perl module as a single string.

module_header_positions

Returns a 3-element list ($begin, $end, $use) where $begin is the line number where the class header begins. $end is the line number where it ends. $use is the line number where the module declares that it use's a Namespace.

module_header_source_lines

Returns the text of the class's Perl module source where the class definition is as a list of strings.

module_header_source

Returns the text of the class's Perl module source where the class definition is as a single string.

SEE ALSO ^

UR::Object::Type, UR::Object::Type::Initializer

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