Shawn M Moore > Mouse-0.27 > Mouse::Object

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NAME ^

Mouse::Object - we don't need to steenkin' constructor

METHODS ^

new arguments -> object

Instantiates a new Mouse::Object. This is obviously intended for subclasses.

BUILDALL \%args

Calls "BUILD" on each class in the class hierarchy. This is called at the end of "new".

BUILD \%args

You may put any business logic initialization in BUILD methods. You don't need to redispatch or return any specific value.

BUILDARGS

Lets you override the arguments that new takes. Return a hashref of parameters.

DEMOLISHALL

Calls "DEMOLISH" on each class in the class hierarchy. This is called at "DESTROY" time.

DEMOLISH

You may put any business logic deinitialization in DEMOLISH methods. You don't need to redispatch or return any specific value.

does $role_name

This will check if the invocant's class "does" a given $role_name. This is similar to "isa" for object, but it checks the roles instead.

dump ($maxdepth)

From the Moose POD:

    C'mon, how many times have you written the following code while debugging:

     use Data::Dumper; 
     warn Dumper $obj;

    It can get seriously annoying, so why not just use this.

The implementation was lifted directly from Moose::Object.

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