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NAME ^

TB2::AssertRecord - Record an assert happening

SYNOPSIS ^

    use TB2::AssertRecord;

    my $record = TB2::AssertRecord->new;
    my $record = TB2::AssertRecord->new_from_caller($level);

    # All the stuff from caller
    my $package  = $record->package;
    my $filename = $record->filename;
    my $line     = $record->line;

DESCRIPTION ^

Records where an assert was called.

Useful for diagnostics and stack traces.

Constructors ^

new

    my $record = TB2::AssertRecord->new({
        package    => $package,
        line       => $line,
        filename   => $filename,
        subroutine => $subroutine
    });

The normal Mouse constructor. You must supply all the caller information manually.

You should use new_from_caller.

new_from_caller

    my $record = TB2::AssertRecord->new_from_caller($level);

Constructs an AssertRecord for you by calling caller() at the given $level above your call in the call stack.

new_from_guess

    my $record = TB2::AssertRecord->new_from_guess;
    my $record = TB2::AssertRecord->new_from_guess(@ignore_packages);

Constructs an AssertRecord for you by looking up the call stack until it is out of the calling class.

If @ignore_packages is given, those are also to be ignored when looking up the stack.

Accessors ^

These are all read-only and act in the expected manner.

filename

The filename from which the asset was called.

line

The line where the assert was called.

package

The class or package in which the assert was called.

subroutine

The fully qualified name of the assert being called.

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