Algorithm::Dependency::Objects - An implementation of an Object Dependency Algorithm
use Algorithm::Dependency::Objects; my $o = Algorithm::Dependency::Objects->new( objects => \@objects, selected => \@selected, # objects which are already taken care of ); my @needed = $o->schedule( $objects ); # need to take care of @needed for $objecs to be resolved
Returns the Set::Object representing this collection. Objects is an enumeration of all the object who we're dependo-frobnicating, and selected is those that don't need to be run.
See Algorithm::Dependency's corresponding methods.
Make sure that the dependencies of every object in the set are also in the set.
verify_input_set when objects are missing from the input set.
You can override this method to simply return
making all dependencies of the input objects implicit input objects themselves.
Called when a new object pops out of the blue in the middle of processing (it means
get_deps is returning inconsistent values).
Extract the dependencies out of an object. Calls
depends on the object.
Default implementation is
can_get_deps doesn't return true for every object in the set.
Adam Kennedy's excellent Algorithm::Dependency module, upon which this is based.
None that we are aware of. Of course, if you find a bug, let us know, and we will be sure to fix it.
We use Devel::Cover to test the code coverage of our tests, below is the Devel::Cover report on this module test suite.
Copyright (C) 2005 Yuval Kogman, Stevan Little
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.