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NAME

       syntax - Activate syntax extensions

VERSION

       version 0.004

SYNOPSIS

           # either
           use syntax 'foo';

           # or
           use syntax foo => { ... };

           # or
           use syntax qw( foo bar ), baz => { ... };

DESCRIPTION

       This module activates community provided syntax extensions to Perl. You pass it a feature
       name, and optionally a scalar with arguments, and the dispatching system will load and
       install the extension in your package.

       The import arguments are parsed with Data::OptList. There are no standardised options.
       Please consult the documentation for the specific syntax feature to find out about
       possible configuration options.

       The passed in feature names are simply transformed: "function" becomes
       Syntax::Feature::Function and "foo_bar" would become "Syntax::Feature::FooBar".

METHODS

   import
           syntax->import( @spec );

       This method will dispatch the syntax extension setup to the specified feature handlers for
       the calling package.

   import_into
           syntax->import_into( $into, @spec );

       Same as "import", but performs the setup in $into instead of the calling package.

   unimport
           syntax->unimport( @features );

       This method will trigger uninstallations of the @features from the calling package.

   unimport_from
           syntax->unimport_from( $from, @features );

       Same as "unimport", but will uninstall the @features from $from.

RECOMMENDED FEATURES

       ยท   Syntax::Feature::Function

           Activates functions with parameter signatures.

SEE ALSO

       Syntax::Feature::Function, Devel::Declare

BUGS

       Please report any bugs or feature requests to bug-syntax@rt.cpan.org or through the web
       interface at:
        http://rt.cpan.org/Public/Dist/Display.html?Name=syntax

AUTHOR

       Robert 'phaylon' Sedlacek <rs@474.at>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

       This software is copyright (c) 2012 by Robert 'phaylon' Sedlacek.

       This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as
       the Perl 5 programming language system itself.