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       Jifty::Object - Base class for most of Jifty's objects


       "Jifty::Object" is the superclass of most of Jifty's objects.  It is used to provide
       convenient accessors to important global objects like the database handle or the logger
       object, while still allowing individual classes to overload these methods.

       We ought to be able to mix-in "Jifty::Object" with any other class; thus, we will not
       define "new" or "_init" in "Jifty::Object".  We do assume, however, that $self is a
       blessed hash reference.


   current_user [USER]
       Gets/sets a user for the current user for this object.  You often do not need to call this
       explicitly; Jifty will inspect your caller's "current_user", and so on up the call stack.

   PRIVATE _get_current_user
       Takes the ARGS paramhash passed to _init.  Find the current user. First, try to see if
       it's explicit.  After that, check the caller's current_user. After that, look at

       Fills in current_user with that value

       Returns a Log::Log4perl logger object; the category of the logger is the same as the class
       of $self.