Carp::SyntaxHighlightSource - Die/warn of errors with stack backtrace and source context
use Carp::SyntaxHighlightSource 'source_cluck'; source_cluck 'some error'; source_cluck 'some error', lines => 5, number => 0, color => 'yellow on_blue';
This module exports one function,
source_cluck(), which prints stack traces with syntax-highlighted source code extracts to make it obvious what has been called from where.
It does not work for one-liners because there is no file from which to load source code.
Syntax-highlighting is done using SyntaxHighlight::Any. You need one or more backends for syntax-highlighting to work, e.g. B,Pygments> or GNU source-highlight.
source_cluck 'some error'; source_cluck 'some error', lines => 5, number => 0, color => 'yellow on_blue';
cluck(), but it also displays the source code context of all call frames, with three lines before and after each call being shown, and the call being highlighted.
It takes as arguments a string (the error message) and a hash of options. The following options are recognized:
Number of lines to display before and after the line reported in the stack trace. Defaults to 3.
Boolean value to indicate whether line numbers should be printed at the beginning of the context source code lines. Defaults to yes.
The color in which to print the source code line reported in the stack trace. It has to be a string that Term::ANSIColor understands. Defaults to
This is just a quick hack - not all of
Carp's or even just
cluck()'s features are present. The code borrows heavily from
Modified from Carp::Source.
Steven Haryanto <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This software is copyright (c) 2013 by Steven Haryanto.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.