CSS::DOM::Exception - The Exception interface for CSS::DOM
use CSS::DOM::Exception 'SYNTAX_ERR';
die new CSS::DOM::Exception
'1 is not a valid property declaration'
$@ == SYNTAX_ERR; # true
print $@; # prints "1 is not a valid property declaration\n";
This module implementations the W3C's DOMException interface.
CSS::DOM::Exception objects stringify to the message passed to the constructer
and numify to the error number (see below, under 'EXPORTS').
The following constants are optionally exported. The descriptions are copied
from the DOM spec.
- new CSS::DOM::Exception $type, $message
- This class method creates a new exception object.
$type is expected to be an integer (you can use
the constants listed under 'EXPORTS'). $message is
the error message.
- INDEX_SIZE_ERR (1)
- If index or size is negative, or greater than the allowed value
- DOMSTRING_SIZE_ERR (2)
- If the specified range of text does not fit into a DOMString
- HIERARCHY_REQUEST_ERR (3)
- If any node is inserted somewhere it doesn't belong
- WRONG_DOCUMENT_ERR (4)
- If a node is used in a different document than the one that created it
(that doesn't support it)
- INVALID_CHARACTER_ERR (5)
- If an invalid character is specified, such as in a name.
- NO_DATA_ALLOWED_ERR (6)
- If data is specified for a node which does not support data
- NO_MODIFICATION_ALLOWED_ERR (7)
- If an attempt is made to modify an object where modifications are not
- NOT_FOUND_ERR (8)
- If an attempt was made to reference a node in a context where it does not
- NOT_SUPPORTED_ERR (9)
- If the implementation does not support the type of object requested
- INUSE_ATTRIBUTE_ERR (10)
- If an attempt is made to add an attribute that is already inuse
- INVALID_STATE_ERR (11)
- If an attempt is made to use an object that is not, or is no longer,
- SYNTAX_ERR (12)
- If an invalid or illegal string is specified
- INVALID_MODIFICATION_ERR (13)
- If an attempt is made to modify the type of the underlying object
- NAMESPACE_ERR (14)
- If an attempt is made to create or change an object in a way which is
incorrect with regard to namespaces
- INVALID_ACCESS_ERR (15)
- If a parameter or an operation is not supported by the underlying