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MooseX::Clone::Meta::Attribute::Trait::Clone(3pm)	User Contributed Perl Documentation	 MooseX::Clone::Meta::Attribute::Trait::Clone(3pm)

NAME
MooseX::Clone::Meta::Attribute::Trait::Clone - The Moose::Meta::Attribute trait for deeply cloning attributes. SYNOPSIS
# see MooseX::Clone has foo => ( traits => [qw(Clone)], isa => "Something", ); $object->clone; # will recursively call $object->foo->clone and set the value properly DESCRIPTION
This meta attribute trait provides a "clone_value" method, in the spirit of "get_value" and "set_value". This allows clone methods such as the one in MooseX::Clone to make use of this per-attribute cloning behavior. DERIVATION
Deriving this role for your own cloning purposes is encouraged. This will allow your fine grained cloning semantics to interact with MooseX::Clone in the RightX way. ATTRIBUTES
clone_only_objects Whether or not Data::Visitor should be used to clone arbitrary structures. Objects found in these structures will be cloned using clone_object_value. If true then non object values will be copied over in shallow cloning semantics (shared reference). Defaults to false (all reference will be cloned). clone_visitor_config A hash ref used to construct "clone_visitor". Defaults to the empty ref. This can be used to alter the cloning behavior for non object values. clone_visitor The Data::Visitor::Callback object that will be used to clone. It has an "object" handler that delegates to "clone_object_value" and sets "tied_as_objects" to true in order to deeply clone tied structures while retaining magic. Only used if "clone_only_objects" is false and the value of the attribute is not an object. METHODS
clone_value $target, $proto, %args Clones the value the attribute encapsulates from $proto into $target. clone_value_data $value, %args Does the actual cloning of the value data by delegating to a "clone" method on the object if any. If the object does not support a "clone" method an error is thrown. If the value is not an object then it will not be cloned. In the future support for deep cloning of simple refs will be added too. clone_object_value $object, %args This is the actual workhorse of "clone_value_data". clone_any_value $value, %args Uses "clone_visitor" to clone all non object values. Called from "clone_value_data" if the value is not an object and "clone_only_objects" is false. perl v5.10.1 2010-01-01 MooseX::Clone::Meta::Attribute::Trait::Clone(3pm)

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MooseX::Getopt::Meta::Attribute::NoGetopt(3pm)		User Contributed Perl Documentation	    MooseX::Getopt::Meta::Attribute::NoGetopt(3pm)

NAME
MooseX::Getopt::Meta::Attribute::NoGetopt - Optional meta attribute for ignoring parameters VERSION
version 0.59 SYNOPSIS
package App; use Moose; with 'MooseX::Getopt'; has 'data' => ( metaclass => 'NoGetopt', # do not attempt to capture this param is => 'ro', isa => 'Str', default => 'file.dat', ); DESCRIPTION
This is a custom attribute metaclass which can be used to specify that a specific attribute should not be processed by "MooseX::Getopt". All you need to do is specify the "NoGetopt" metaclass. has 'foo' => (metaclass => 'MooseX::Getopt::Meta::Attribute::NoGetopt', ... ); Use 'traits' instead of 'metaclass' You should rarely need to explicitly set the attribute metaclass. It is much preferred to simply provide a trait (a role applied to the attribute metaclass), which allows other code to further modify the attribute by applying additional roles. Therefore, you should first try to do this: has 'foo' => (traits => ['NoGetopt', ...], ...); Custom Metaclass alias This now takes advantage of the Moose 0.19 feature to support custom attribute metaclass. This means you can also use this as the NoGetopt alias, like so: has 'foo' => (metaclass => 'NoGetopt', cmd_flag => 'f'); AUTHOR
Stevan Little <stevan@iinteractive.com> COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
This software is copyright (c) 2007 by Infinity Interactive, Inc. This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself. perl v5.18.2 2013-11-30 MooseX::Getopt::Meta::Attribute::NoGetopt(3pm)
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