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       Parse::ErrorString::Perl::ErrorItem - a Perl error item object


       Each object contains the following accessors (only "message", "file", and "line" are
       guaranteed to be present for every error):

           Normally returns a single letter identifying the type of the error. The possbile
           options are "W", "D", "S", "F", "P", "X", and "A".  Sometimes an error can be of
           either of two types, in which case a string such as ""S|F"" is returned in scalar
           context and a list of the two letters is returned in list context. If "type" is empty,
           you can assume that the error was not emitted by perl itself, but by the user or by a
           third-party module.

           A description of the error type. The possible options are:

               W => warning
               D => deprecation
               S => severe warning
               F => fatal error
               P => internal error
               X => very fatal error
               A => alien error message

           If the error can be of either or two types, the two types are concactenated with "" or
           "". Note that this description is always returned in English, regardless of the "lang"

           The error message.

           The path to the file in which the error occurred, possibly truncated. If the error
           occurred in a script, the parser will attempt to return only the filename; if the
           error occurred in a module, the parser will attempt to return the path to the module
           relative to the directory in @INC in which it resides.

           Absolute path to the file in which the error occurred.

           The file path as displayed in which the error message.

           Line in which the error occurred.

           Text near which the error occurred (note that this often contains newline characters).

       at  Additional information about where the error occurred (e.g. ""at EOF"").

           Detailed explanation of the error (from perldiag). If the "lang" option is specified
           when constructing the parser, an attempt will be made to return the diagnostics
           message in the appropriate language. If an explanation is not found in the localized
           perldiag, the default perldiag will also be searched. Returned as raw pod, so you may
           need to use a pod parser to render into the format you need.

           Callstack for the error. Returns a list of Parse::ErrorString::Perl::StackItem

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