Padre::Task::Eval






Padre::Task::Eval − Task for executing arbitrary code via a
string eval


  my $task = Padre::Task::Eval−>new(
      prepare => '1 + 1',
      run     => 'my $foo = sub { 2 + 3 }; $foo−>();',
      finish  => '$_[0]−>{prepare}',
  );

  $task−>prepare;
  $task−>run;
  $task−>finish;

Padre::Task::Eval is a stub class used to implement testing
and other miscellaneous functionality.

     It takes three named string parameters matching each of
the three execution phases. When each phase of the task is
run, the string will be eval’ed and the result will be
stored in the same has key as the source string.

     If the key does not exist at all, nothing will be
executed for that phase.

     Regardless of the execution result (or the non‐
execution of the phase) each phase will always return true.
However, if the string eval throws an exception it will
escape the task object (although when run properly inside of
a task handle it should be caught by the handle).

This class contains now additional methods beyond the
defaults provided by the Padre::Task API.

Copyright 2008−2012 The Padre development team as listed in
Padre.pm.

     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.