Provided by: liblog-report-perl_1.27-1_all
Log::Report::Die - compatibility routines with Perl's die/croak/confess
Log::Report::Die is a Exporter
# use internally only
This module is used internally, to translate output of 'die' and Carp functions into Log::Report::Message objects. Also, it tries to convert other kinds of exception frameworks into our message object.
die_decode(STRING, %options) The STRING is the content of $@ after an eval() caught a die(). croak(), or confess(). This routine tries to convert this into parameters for Log::Report::report(). This is done in a very smart way, even trying to find the stringifications of $!. Return are four elements: the error string which is used to trigger a "Log::Report" compatible "die()", and the options, reason, and text message. The options is a HASH which, amongst other things, may contain a stack trace and location. Translated components will have exception classes "perl", and "die" or "confess". On the moment, the "croak" cannot be distiguished from the "confess" (when used in package main) or "die" (otherwise). The returned reason depends on whether the translation of the current $! is found in the STRING, and the presence of a stack trace. The following table is used: errstr stack => reason no no ERROR (die) application internal problem yes no FAULT (die) external problem, think open() no yes PANIC (confess) implementation error yes yes ALERT (confess) external problem, caught -Option--Default on_die 'ERROR' on_die => REASON exception_decode($exception, %options) [1.23] This function attempts to translate object of other exception frameworks into information to create a Log::Report::Exception. It returns the same list of parameters as die_decode() does. Currently supported: · DBIx::Class::Exception · XML::LibXML::Error
This module is part of Log-Report distribution version 1.27, built on June 01, 2018. Website: http://perl.overmeer.net/CPAN/
Copyrights 2007-2018 by [Mark Overmeer <email@example.com>]. For other contributors see ChangeLog. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See http://dev.perl.org/licenses/