Provided by: libtest-inline-perl_2.212-1_all bug


       Test::Inline::Content - Test::Inline 2 Content Handlers


       One problem with the initial versions of Test::Inline 2 was the method by which it
       generated the script contents.

       "Test::Inline::Content" provides a basic API by which more sophisticated extensions can be
       written to control the content of the generated scripts.


       A default implementation of the "new" method is provided that takes no parameters and
       creates a default (empty) object.

       Returns a new "Test::Inline::Content" object.

   process $Inline $Script
       The "process" method does the work of generating the script content. It takes as argument
       the parent Test::Inline object, and the completed Test::Inline::Script object for which
       the file is to be generated.

       The default implementation returns only an empty script that dies with an appropriate
       error message.

       Returns the content of the script as a string, or "undef" on error.


       See the main SUPPORT section.


       Adam Kennedy <>, <>


       Copyright 2004 - 2010 Adam Kennedy.

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

       The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module.