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NAME ^

Event::Wrappable - Sugar to let you instrument event listeners at a distance

VERSION ^

version 0.1.1

SYNOPSIS ^

    use Event::Wrappable;
    use AnyEvent;
    use AnyEvent::Collect;
    my @wrappers = (
        sub {
            my( $event ) = @_;
            return sub { say "Calling event..."; $event->(); say "Done with event" };
        },
    );

    my($w1,$w2);
    # Collect just waits till all the events registered in its block fire
    # before returning.
    collect {
        Event::Wrappable->wrap_events( sub {
            $w1 = AE::timer 0.1, 0, event { say "First timer triggered" };
        }, @wrappers );
        $w2 = AE::timer 0.2, 0, event { say "Second timer triggered" };
    };

    # Will print:
    #     Calling event...
    #     First timer triggered
    #     Done with event
    #     Second timer triggered

    # The below does the same thing, but using method handlers instead.

    use MooseX::Declare;
    class ExampleClass {
        method listener_a {
            say "First timer event handler";
        }
        method listener_b {
            say "Second timer event handler";
        }
    }

    collect {
        my $listeners = ExampleClass->new;
        Event::Wrappable->wrap_events( sub {
            $w1 = AE::timer 0.1, 0, event_method $listeners=>"listener_a";
        }, @wrappers );
        $w2 = AE::timer 0.2, 0, event_method $listeners=>"listener_b";
    };

DESCRIPTION ^

This is a helper for creating globally wrapped events listeners. This is a way of augmenting all of the event listeners registered during a period of time. See AnyEvent::Collect and MooseX::Event for examples of its use.

A lexically scoped variant might be desirable, however I'll have to explore the implications of that for my own use cases first.

CLASS METHODS ^

method wrap_events( CodeRef $code, @wrappers )

Adds @wrappers to the event wrapper list for the duration of $code.

   Event::Wrappable->wrap_events(sub { setup_some_events() }, sub { wrapper() });

This change to the wrapper list is dynamically scoped, so any events registered by functions you call will be wrapped as well.

method get_wrappers() returns Array|ArrayRef

In list context returns an array of the current event wrappers. In scalar context returns an arrayref of the wrappers used on this event.

METHODS ^

method get_unwrapped() returns CodeRef

Returns the original, unwrapped event handler from the wrapped version.

method get_wrappers() returns Array|ArrayRef

In list context returns an array of the wrappers used on this event. In scalar context returns an arrayref of the wrappers used on this event.

method object_id() returns Int

Returns an invariant unique identifier for this event. This will not change even across threads and is suitable for hashing based on an event.

HELPERS ^

sub event( CodeRef $code ) returns CodeRef

Returns the wrapped code ref, to be passed to be an event listener. This code ref will be blessed as Event::Wrappable.

sub event_method( $object, $method ) returns CodeRef

Returns a wrapped code ref suitable for use in an event listener. The code ref basically the equivalent of:

    sub { $object->$method(@_) }

Except faster and without the anonymous wrapper sub in the call stack. Method lookup is done when you register the event, which means that if you can't apply any roles to the object after you register event listeners using it.

SOURCE ^

The development version is on github at http://https://github.com/iarna/Event-Wrappable and may be cloned from git://https://github.com/iarna/Event-Wrappable.git

SUPPORT ^

Websites

More information can be found at:

Bugs / Feature Requests

Please report any bugs at https://github.com/iarna/Event-Wrappable/issues.

AUTHOR ^

Rebecca Turner <becca@referencethis.com>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE ^

This software is copyright (c) 2012 by Rebecca Turner.

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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