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Author image Matt S Trout
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NAME

new - Object instantiation sugar for one-liners

SYNOPSIS

Simplest possible usage:

  perl -Mnew=HTTP::Tiny -E \
    'say $O->get("http://trout.me.uk/X11/vimrc")->{content}'

With arguments:

  perl -Mnew=HTTP::Tiny,max_redirects,3 -E \
    'say $O->get("http://trout.me.uk/X11/vimrc")->{content}'

With custom object name:

  perl -Mnew=HTTP::Tiny,\$H -E \
    'say $H->get("http://trout.me.uk/X11/vimrc")->{content}'

With both:

  perl -Mnew=HTTP::Tiny,\$H,max_redirects,3 -E \
    'say $H->get("http://trout.me.uk/X11/vimrc")->{content}'

DESCRIPTION

import

  new->import($class, @args)

First we require the file for $class, then call

  $class->new(@args)

then install the resulting object in $O in the calling package.

Caveat: if $class loads successfully but does not have a new method, we install the $class instead since you might want to call class methods.

If the first argument to import after $class begins with $, this is treated as the name to install the object as, so

  new->import($class, '$Obj', @args);

will create a variable $Obj in the calling package instead of $O.

AUTHOR

 mst - Matt S. Trout (cpan:MSTROUT) <mst@shadowcat.co.uk>

CONTRIBUTORS

None yet - maybe this software is perfect! (ahahahahahahahahaha)

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (c) 2020 the new "AUTHOR" and "CONTRIBUTORS" as listed above.

LICENSE

This library is free software and may be distributed under the same terms as perl itself.