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Re^2: Detect undefined subroutines

by adamk (Chaplain)
on Sep 18, 2004 at 14:14 UTC ( #391992=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: Detect undefined subroutines
in thread Detect undefined subroutines

That must have been a quick browse :)

Class::Inspector has a bunch of stuff you could use to check for various things.

If your classes don't do any run-time function munging, Test::ClassAPI will let you check for the existance of methods throughout an entire API, and will warn you if it finds extras.

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Re^3: Detect undefined subroutines
by jepri (Parson) on Sep 23, 2004 at 14:31 UTC
    It was indeed a quick browse, combined with an old memory of looking quite hard for this. This time I went through, paying particular attention to the Sub:: hierachy, hence missing them tucked away in Class::. I've written objects before in perl, but I don't think of methods and functions(sub{}s), classes and namespaces as being interchangable, which is kind of implied with your naming scheme.

    I do realise that they more-or-less are, but I learned on GWBasic first, so if I can "call" it, I think "It's a sub" :)

    Anyway, cool modules and I'm gonna go take the back off them and see what makes them tick. But I'll do it later, I'm too tired now.

    I didn't believe in evil until I dated it.

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