Manual Reference Pages - POEX::ROLE::SESSIONINSTANTIATION::META::SESSION::EVENTS (3)
POEx::Role::SessionInstantiation::Meta::Session::Events - Provides default events such as _start, _stop, etc
Provides a default _start event handler that will be invoked from POE once the
Session is registered with POE. The default method only takes the alias
attribute and sets it again to activate the trigger. If this is overridden,
dont forget to set the alias again so the trigger can execute.
Provides a default _stop event handler that will be invoked from POE once the
Sessions refcount from within POE has reached zero (no pending events, no
event sources, etc). The default method merely clears out the alias.
(Maybe[ArrayRef] $args) is Event
Provides a _default event handler to catch any POE event invocations that your
instance does not actually have. Will warn about the nonexistent state. A big
difference from POE::Session is that the state and arguments are not rebundled
upon invocation of this event handler. Instead the attempted state will be
available in the poe attribute, but the arguments are still bundled into a
(Str $event, Session|DoesSessionInstantiation $child, Any $ret) is Event
Provides a _child event handler that will be invoked when child sesssions are
created, destroyed or reassigned to or from another parent. See POE::Kernel for
more details on this event and its semantics
Session|DoesSessionInstantiation|Kernel $previous_parent, Session|DoesSessionInstantiation|Kernel $new_parent) is Event
Provides a _parent event handler. This is used to notify children session when
their parent has changes. See POE::Kernel for more details on this event.
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This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
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