If both your stub and its generated controller module needs to load a module,
uses statement in your controller's block.
uses takes a comma separated list of modules to use.
If you want to control their import lists,
this will use the modules with default importing:
uses Your::Module, Some::Other::Module;
Add pairs to get the imports of your dreams:
uses Your::Module => `qw( :everything :and then some )`;
Note that the value will be used literally to produce this:
use Your::Module qw( :everything :and then some );
So, qw is a good choice (as it usually is).
stub_uses which only add use statements to one of the modules.
plugins keyword is the way to load Gantry plugin modules from the
Note that nothing is every added to a stub once it is made, so
uses statements added after stub generation are equivalent to
gen_uses statements as far as bigtop is concerned, but they could still serve as documentation.
Build the example with:
bigtop -c example.bigtop all
Exotic in both
lib/Kids/GEN/Child.pm. Notice how
Your::Module lists imports explicitly. If you don't provide a list, all of the
@EXPORT items will be explicitly listed.