Test::Stream::Exporter::Meta - Meta object for exporters.
See Test::Stream::Manual::ToTest2 for a conversion guide.
Test::Stream::Exporter uses this package to manage exports.
Every package that uses
Test::Stream::Exporter has a
Test::Stream::Exporter::Meta object created for it which contains the metadata about the available exports and the kind of export they are.
- $meta = Test::Stream::Exporter::Meta::get( $PACKAGE )
$PACKAGEif one exists. Returns
undefif one does not exist. This can be used as either a method or a function, the last argument is the only one that is used.
- $meta = Test::Stream::Exporter::Meta->new( $PACKAGE )
$PACKAGEand returns it. If one already exists, it is returned.
- $meta->add( $DEFAULT, $SUBNAME )
- $meta->add( $DEFAULT, $SUBNAME => $SUBREF )
Add an export named
$SUBNAME. If a ref is provided it will be used, otherwise it will grab the sub from the package using
$SUBNAME. The fist argument is a toggle, true means the sub is exported by default, false means it is not exported by default.
- $meta->add_bulk( $DEFAULT, $SUBNAME, $SUBNAME, ... )
Add all the subnames given as arguments to the list of exports. The subs of the given names are taken as the references. The first argument is a toggle, true means the susb should be exported by default, false means they should not be.
- $default_ref = $meta->default()
Get the arrayref of default exports. This is not a copy of the arrayref, modifying this would modify the internal list of defaults.
- $exports_ref = $meta->exports()
$SUBNAME => $CODEREFvalues of all avialable exports.
The source code repository for Test::Stream can be found at http://github.com/Test-More/Test-Stream/.
Copyright 2015 Chad Granum <email@example.com>.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.