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Perl::Critic::Annotation(3)    User Contributed Perl Documentation    Perl::Critic::Annotation(3)

       Perl::Critic::Annotation - A "## no critic" annotation in a document.

	 use Perl::Critic::Annotation;
	 $annotation = Perl::Critic::Annotation->new( -element => $no_critic_ppi_element );

	 $bool = $annotation->disables_line( $number );
	 $bool = $annotation->disables_policy( $policy_object );
	 $bool = $annotation->disables_all_policies();

	 ($start, $end) = $annotation->effective_range();
	 @disabled_policy_names = $annotation->disabled_policies();

       "Perl::Critic::Annotation" represents a single "## no critic" annotation in a
       <PPI:Document>.	The Annotation takes care of parsing the annotation and keeps track of
       which lines and Policies it affects.  It is intended to encapsulate the details of the no-
       critic annotations, and to provide a way for Policy objects to interact with the
       annotations (via a Perl::Critic::Document).

       This is considered to be a non-public class.  Its interface is subject to change without

       create_annotations( -doc => $doc )
	   Given a Perl::Critic::Document, finds all the "## no critic" annotations and
	   constructs a new "Perl::Critic::Annotation" for each one and returns them.  The order
	   of the returned objects is not defined.  It is generally expected that clients will
	   use this interface rather than calling the "Perl::Critic::Annotation" constructor

       "new( -element => $ppi_annotation_element )"
	   Returns a reference to a new Annotation object.  The -element argument is required and
	   should be a "PPI::Token::Comment" that conforms to the "## no critic" syntax.

       "disables_line( $line )"
	   Returns true if this Annotation disables $line for any (or all) Policies.

       "disables_policy( $policy_object )"
       "disables_policy( $policy_name )"
	   Returns true if this Annotation disables $polciy_object or $policy_name at any (or
	   all) lines.

	   Returns true if this Annotation disables all Policies at any (or all) lines.  If this
	   method returns true, "disabled_policies" will return an empty list.

	   Returns a two-element list, representing the first and last line numbers where this
	   Annotation has effect.

	   Returns a list of the names of the Policies that are affected by this Annotation.  If
	   this list is empty, then it means that all Policies are affected by this Annotation,
	   and "disables_all_policies()" should return true.

	   Returns the PPI::Element where this annotation started.  This is typically an instance
	   of PPI::Token::Comment.

       Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer <jeff@imaginative-software.com>

       Copyright (c) 2005-2011 Imaginative Software Systems.  All rights reserved.

       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same
       terms as Perl itself.  The full text of this license can be found in the LICENSE file
       included with this module.

perl v5.16.3				    2014-06-09		      Perl::Critic::Annotation(3)
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