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Class::Accessor::Fast::Contained - Fast accessors with data containment
This document refers to version 1.01 of Class::Accessor::Fast::Contained
package Foo; use base qw(Class::Accessor::Fast::Contained); # The rest is the same as Class::Accessor::Fast
This module does two things differently to the venerable Class::Accessor::Fast :
Fields are stored at arms-length within a single hash value of $self, rather than directly in the $self blessed referent.
new()allows mixin into an existing object, rather than creating and returning a new blessed hashref. To do this, just call something like:
my $self = Some::Other::Class->new; $self = $self->Class::Accessor::Fast::Contained::new;
Note that the mixin code only supports objects which use a blessed hash reference or a blessed typeglob reference.
setup()is available which does the same as
new()but might make more sense if being used in this way.
Other than the standard Perl distribution, you will need the following:
If you spot a bug or are experiencing difficulties that are not explained within the documentation, please send an email to email@example.com or submit a bug to the RT system (http://rt.cpan.org/). It would help greatly if you are able to pinpoint problems or even supply a patch.
Thanks to Marty Pauly and Michael G Schwern for Class::Accessor and its tests, which I've shamelessly borrowed for this distribution.
Copyright (c) The University of Oxford 2008.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.