filtered - Apply source filter on external module
# Apply source filter YourFilter.pm on Target.pm, then result can be used as FilteredTarget use filtered by => 'YourFilter', as => 'FilteredTarget', on => 'Target', qw(func); my $obj = FilteredTarget->new; # You can omit `as' option and `on' key use filtered by => 'YourFilter', 'Target', qw(func); my $obj = Target->new; # Target is filtered # You can use differnt module with the same filter use filtered by => 'YourFilter', as => 'FilteredTarget1', on => 'Target1', qw(func); use filtered by => 'YourFilter', as => 'FilteredTarget2', on => 'Target2', qw(func); # or, you can also use differnt filters on the same module use filtered by => 'YourFilter1', as => 'FilteredTarget1', on => 'Target', qw(func); use filtered by => 'YourFilter2', as => 'FilteredTarget2', on => 'Target', qw(func);
Source filter has unlimited power to enhance Perl. However, source filter is usually applied on your own sources. This module enables you to apply source filter on external module.
Rest of the options are passed to
import of filtered module.
Specify a source filter module you want to apply on an external module.
Specify the package name for the resultant filtered module. This option can be omitted. If omitted, original names are used.
Specify a target module.
on keyword can be ommited.
For @INC hook, please consult
perldoc -f require. Hook itself is enabled in short period but it may affect other modules.
asis applied in limited context.
If you specified
as => FilteredTarget, on => Target, the following codes:
package Target::work; package Target; Target::work::call();
are transformed into as follows:
package FilteredTarget::work; package FilteredTarget; FilteredTarget::work::call();
'\bTarget::\b' are replaced.
Yasutaka ATARASHI <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.