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Manual Reference Pages  -  CONFIG::MODEL::ROLE::WARPMASTER (3)

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NAME

Config::Model::Role::WarpMaster - register and trigger a warped element

CONTENTS

VERSION

version 2.082

SYNOPSIS



 package Config::Model::Stuff;
 use Mouse;
 with Config::Model::Role::WarpMaster



DESCRIPTION

This role enable a configuration element to become a warp maser, i.e. a parameter whose value can change the features of the configuration tree (by controlling a warped_node) or the feature of various elements like leaf, hash ...

METHODS

register ( CW$warped_object, warper_name )

Register a new warped object. Called by an element which has a warp parameter. This method is calling on the object pointed by follow value.

    unregister ( warper_name )

Remove a warped object from the object controlled by this warp master.

    trigger_warp ( value, stringified_value )

Called by the object using this role when the value held by this object is changed (i.e. something like store was called). The passed value can be a plain scalar (from a value object) or a hash (from a check_list object). The stringified_value is a string shown in debug log.

-head2 has_warped_slaves

Return the number of object controlled by this master.

    get_warped_slaves

Return a list of object controlled by this master.

AUTHOR

Dominique Dumont

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is Copyright (c) 2005-2016 by Dominique Dumont.

This is free software, licensed under:



  The GNU Lesser General Public License, Version 2.1, February 1999



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