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       "Tangence::Registry" - object manager for a "Tangence" server


       This subclass of Tangence::Object acts as a container for all the exposed objects in a
       Tangence server. The registry is used to create exposed objects, and manages their
       lifetime. It maintains a reference to all the objects it creates, so it can dispatch
       incoming messages from clients to them.


   $registry = Tangence::Registry->new
       Returns a new instance of a "Tangence::Registry" object. An entire server requires one
       registry object; it will be shared among all the client connections to that server.


   $obj = $registry->get_by_id( $id )
       Returns the object with the given object ID.

       This method is exposed to clients.

   $obj = $registry->construct( $type, @args )
       Constructs a new exposed object of the given type, and returns it. Any additional
       arguments are passed to the object's constructor.

   $registry->load_tanfile( $tanfile )
       Loads additional Tangence class and struct definitions from the given .tan file.


       Paul Evans <>