Alexis Sukrieh > Dancer2 > Dancer2::Core::Context

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Module Version: 0.10   Source   Latest Release: Dancer2-0.143000

NAME ^

Dancer2::Core::Context - handles everything proper to a request's context.

VERSION ^

version 0.10

ATTRIBUTES ^

app

Reference to the Dancer2::Core::App object for the current application.

env

Read-only accessor to a PSGI environment hash.

request

A Dancer2::Core::Request object, built from the PSGI environment variable for this request.

response

A Dancer2::Core::Response object, used to set content, headers and HTTP status codes.

session

Handle for the current session object, if any

destroyed_session

We cache a destroyed session here; once this is set we must not attempt to retrieve the session from the cookie in the request. If no new session is created, this is set (with expiration) as a cookie to force the browser to expire the cookie.

METHODS ^

vars

Returns a hashref of all per-request variables stored in this object.

var

By-name interface to variables stored in this context object.

  my $stored = $context->var('some_variable');

returns the value of 'some_variable', while

  $context->var('some_variable' => 'value');

will set it.

cookies

Shortcut that dispatches to Dancer2::Core::Request's cookies method.

cookie

Get a cookie from the request object, or set one in the response object.

redirect($destination, $status)

Sets a redirect in the response object. If $destination is not an absolute URI, then it will be made into an absolute URI, relative to the URI in the request.

has_session

Returns true if session engine has been defined and if either a session object has been instantiated in the context or if a session cookie was found and not subsequently invalidated.

destroy_session

Destroys the current session and ensures any subsquent session is created from scratch and not from the request session cookie

AUTHOR ^

Dancer Core Developers

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is copyright (c) 2013 by Alexis Sukrieh.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

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