Provided by: libtypes-path-tiny-perl_0.006-1_all
Types::Path::Tiny - Path::Tiny types and coercions for Moose and Moo
Example with Moose: ### specification of type constraint with coercion package Foo; use Moose; use Types::Path::Tiny qw/Path AbsPath/; has filename => ( is => 'ro', isa => Path, coerce => 1, ); has directory => ( is => 'ro', isa => AbsPath, coerce => 1, ); ### usage in code Foo->new( filename => 'foo.txt' ); # coerced to Path::Tiny Foo->new( directory => '.' ); # coerced to path('.')->absolute Example with Moo: ### specification of type constraint with coercion package Foo; use Moo; use Types::Path::Tiny qw/Path AbsPath/; has 'directory' => ( is => 'rw', isa => AbsPath, required => 1, coerce => AbsPath->coercion, ); ### usage in code Foo->new( directory => '.' ); # coerced to path('.')->absolute
This module provides Path::Tiny types for Moose, Moo, etc. It handles two important types of coercion: · coercing objects with overloaded stringification · coercing to absolute paths It also can check to ensure that files or directories exist.
This module uses Type::Tiny to define the following subtypes. Path "Path" ensures an attribute is a Path::Tiny object. Strings and objects with overloaded stringification may be coerced. AbsPath "AbsPath" is a subtype of "Path" (above), but coerces to an absolute path. File, AbsFile These are just like "Path" and "AbsPath", except they check "-f" to ensure the file actually exists on the filesystem. Dir, AbsDir These are just like "Path" and "AbsPath", except they check "-d" to ensure the directory actually exists on the filesystem.
Path vs File vs Dir "Path" just ensures you have a Path::Tiny object. "File" and "Dir" check the filesystem. Don't use them unless that's really what you want. Usage with File::Temp Be careful if you pass in a File::Temp object. Because the argument is stringified during coercion into a Path::Tiny object, no reference to the original File::Temp argument is held. Be sure to hold an external reference to it to avoid immediate cleanup of the temporary file or directory at the end of the enclosing scope. A better approach is to use Path::Tiny's own "tempfile" or "tempdir" constructors, which hold the reference for you. Foo->new( filename => Path::Tiny->tempfile );
· Path::Tiny · Moose::Manual::Types
Bugs / Feature Requests Please report any bugs or feature requests through the issue tracker at <https://github.com/dagolden/types-path-tiny/issues>. You will be notified automatically of any progress on your issue. Source Code This is open source software. The code repository is available for public review and contribution under the terms of the license. <https://github.com/dagolden/types-path-tiny> git clone https://github.com/dagolden/types-path-tiny.git
David Golden <firstname.lastname@example.org>
· Hobbestigrou <email@example.com> · Hobbestigrou <firstname.lastname@example.org> · Toby Inkster <email@example.com>
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
This software is Copyright (c) 2013 by David Golden. This is free software, licensed under: The Apache License, Version 2.0, January 2004