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NAME ^

Data::Type::Docs::FAQ - frequently asked questions

DESCRIPTION ^

FAQs are the things asked by users.

FAQs ^

Is it possible to add your my datatype at runtime and or install/configuration time ?

Visit Data::Type::Docs::Howto "How to add new types" ?

Is there a localized version for <insert your language here> available ?

It depends. Since Data::Type is expandable via separate modules, you should try a search.cpan.org (as always) before starting to write your own.

How is a datatype implemented ?

Data::Type verifies a data- or valuetype with a testing procedure. It is similar to the Test module. The test program has one or multiple stages (which are called facets). If all facets pass sucessfully, a datatype is programatically classified as "valid". This generic approach leads to reuse of facets and enough transparence to create instructive error reports.

 A fictive procedure for 'SOMETHING'

 sub test
 {
  ...

  ok( 1, Data::Type::Facet::max( 20 ) );
  ok( 1, Data::Type::Facet::min( 4 ) );

  ... 
 }

What are the minimal requirements for my own custom datatypes ?

Minimal requirements are a package in the Data::Type::Object:: namespace and some methods. Refer to the Data::Type::Docs::RFC for the exact API.

SEE ALSO ^

See Data::Type::Docs::FOP to get an extracted list of problems occured or by intention (by the author) can statistically occur quite often. Also visit the Data::Type::Docs::Howto pod for a collection of procedures.

CONTACT ^

Sourceforge http://sf.net/projects/datatype is hosting a project dedicated to this module. And I enjoy receiving your comments/suggestion/reports also via http://rt.cpan.org or http://testers.cpan.org.

AUTHOR ^

Murat Uenalan, <muenalan@cpan.org>

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