Manual Reference Pages - THROWABLE::ERROR (3)
Throwable::Error - an easy-to-use class for error objects
# NOTE: Moo can also be used here instead of Moose
has execution_phase => (
is => ro,
isa => MyApp::Phase,
default => startup,
...and in your app...
MyApp::Error->throw("all communications offline");
message => "all communications offline",
execution_phase => shutdown,
Throwable::Error is a base class for exceptions that will be thrown to signal
errors and abort normal program flow. Throwable::Error is an alternative to
Exception::Class, the features of which are largely
provided by the Moo object system atop which Throwable::Error is built.
Throwable::Error performs the Throwable and StackTrace::Auto
roles. That means you can call throw on it to create and throw an error
object in one call, and that every error object will have a stack trace for its
This attribute must be defined and must contain a string describing the error
condition. This string will be printed at the top of the stack trace when the
error is stringified.
This attribute, provided by StackTrace::Auto, will contain a stack trace
object guaranteed to respond to the as_string method. For more information
about the stack trace and associated behavior, consult the StackTrace::Auto
This method will provide a string representing the error, containing the
errors message followed by the its stack trace.
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
This software is copyright (c) 2015 by Ricardo SIGNES.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.
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