Class::Proxy - an object proxy
use Class::Proxy; my $pobj = Class::Proxy->new( victim => $obj ); $pobj->victim_method();
Objects can be served by
Class::Proxy. In practice, any method call to the proxy will be forwarded to the original object (victim). The purpose of that is to alter method calls in a generic way. This can be used for
and many more.
Class::Proxy is a
Class::Listener (Class::Listener). Two signals are registered to it:
Class::Proxy constructor returns a
Class::Proxy object and not a victim object. That means it isn't very good hiding itsef and this may cause conflicts. But when the victim class was written following oo-recommendations
Class::Proxy should work fine.
[Note] In future
Class::Proxy will try to obscure himself (via tie?). Currently ref() or isa() call would reveal
Class::Proxy. Also caller() would give hints.
None by default.
Murat Ünalan, email@example.com