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NAME

       Test2::EventFacet::Trace - Debug information for events

DESCRIPTION

       The Test2::API::Context object, as well as all Test2::Event types need to have access to
       information about where they were created.  This object represents that information.

SYNOPSIS

           use Test2::EventFacet::Trace;

           my $trace = Test2::EventFacet::Trace->new(
               frame => [$package, $file, $line, $subname],
           );

FACET FIELDS

       $string = $trace->{details}
       $string = $trace->details()
           Used as a custom trace message that will be used INSTEAD of "at <FILE> line <LINE>"
           when calling "$trace->debug".

       $frame = $trace->{frame}
       $frame = $trace->frame()
           Get the call frame arrayref.

       $int = $trace->{pid}
       $int = $trace->pid()
           The process ID in which the event was generated.

       $int = $trace->{tid}
       $int = $trace->tid()
           The thread ID in which the event was generated.

       $id = $trace->{cid}
       $id = $trace->cid()
           The ID of the context that was used to create the event.

       $uuid = $trace->{uuid}
       $uuid = $trace->uuid()
           The UUID of the context that was used to create the event. (If uuid tagging was
           enabled)

   DISCOURAGED HUB RELATED FIELDS
       These fields were not always set properly by tools. These are MOSTLY deprecated by the
       Test2::EventFacet::Hub facets. These fields are not required, and may only reflect the hub
       that was current when the event was created, which is not necessarily the same as the hub
       the event was sent through.

       Some tools did do a good job setting these to the correct hub, but you cannot always rely
       on that. Use the 'hubs' facet list instead.

       $hid = $trace->{hid}
       $hid = $trace->hid()
           The ID of the hub that was current when the event was created.

       $huuid = $trace->{huuid}
       $huuid = $trace->huuid()
           The UUID of the hub that was current when the event was created. (If uuid tagging was
           enabled).

       $int = $trace->{nested}
       $int = $trace->nested()
           How deeply nested the event is.

       $bool = $trace->{buffered}
       $bool = $trace->buffered()
           True if the event was buffered and not sent to the formatter independent of a parent
           (This should never be set when nested is 0 or "undef").

METHODS

       Note: All facet frames are also methods.

       $trace->set_detail($msg)
       $msg = $trace->detail
           Used to get/set a custom trace message that will be used INSTEAD of "at <FILE> line
           <LINE>" when calling "$trace->debug".

           "detail()" is an alias to the "details" facet field for backwards compatibility.

       $str = $trace->debug
           Typically returns the string "at <FILE> line <LINE>". If "detail" is set then its
           value will be returned instead.

       $trace->alert($MESSAGE)
           This issues a warning at the frame (filename and line number where errors should be
           reported).

       $trace->throw($MESSAGE)
           This throws an exception at the frame (filename and line number where errors should be
           reported).

       ($package, $file, $line, $subname) = $trace->call()
           Get the caller details for the debug-info. This is where errors should be reported.

       $pkg = $trace->package
           Get the debug-info package.

       $file = $trace->file
           Get the debug-info filename.

       $line = $trace->line
           Get the debug-info line number.

       $subname = $trace->subname
           Get the debug-info subroutine name.

       $sig = trace->signature
           Get a signature string that identifies this trace. This is used to check if multiple
           events are related.

           If UUID's are enabled then a uuid is returned. Otherwise the signature includes pid,
           tid, file, line number, and the cid which is 'C\d+' for traces created by a context,
           or 'T\d+' for traces created by "new()".

SOURCE

       The source code repository for Test2 can be found at
       http://github.com/Test-More/test-more/.

MAINTAINERS

       Chad Granum <exodist@cpan.org>

AUTHORS

       Chad Granum <exodist@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright 2018 Chad Granum <exodist@cpan.org>.

       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/