By default Moose objects are cloned like this:
By extending this trait you can create custom cloning for certain attributes.
By creating clone methods for your objects (e.g. by composing MooseX::Compile) you can make them interact with this trait.
|NoClone||Specifies attributes that should be skipped entirely while cloning.|
clone %params Returns a clone of the object.
All attributes which do the MooseX::Clone::Meta::Attribute::Trait::Clone role will handle cloning of that attribute. All other fields are plainly copied over, just like in clone_object in Class::MOP::Class.
Attributes whose init_arg is in %params and who do the Clone trait will get that argument passed to the clone method (dereferenced). If the attribute does not self-clone then the param is used normally by clone_object in Class::MOP::Class, that is it will simply shadow the previous value, and does not have to be an array or hash reference.
Refactor to work in term of a metaclass trait so that meta->clone_object will still do the right thing.
clkao made the food required to write this module
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|perl v5.20.3||MOOSEX::CLONE (3)||2015-05-23|