Acme::MetaSyntactic::any






Acme::MetaSyntactic::any − Items from any theme

This theme simply selects a theme at random from all
available themes, and returns names from it.

     The selection is done in such a manner that you’ll see
no repetition in the items returned from a given theme,
until all items from the theme have been seen.



new( @args )
    Create a new instance.

    The parameters will be used to create the underlying
    Acme::MetaSyntactic object, and will be passed to the
    randomly chosen theme. This can be useful for themes
    deriving from Acme::MetaSyntactic::Locale.

name( $count )
    Implement the name() method for this class.

theme()
    Return the theme name ("any").

has_remotelist()
    Always return false.

Philippe Bruhat, upon request of Sébastien Aperghis‐
Tramoni.

     Introduced in Acme‐MetaSyntactic version 0.12,
published on March 7, 2005.

     Updated to conform with interface changes required by
"Acme::MetaSyntactic::Updatable" in version 0.49, published
on November 21, 2005.

     Received its own version number for Acme‐MetaSyntactic
version 1.000, published on May 7, 2012.

Acme::MetaSyntactic.