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14.2 > Perl > perl-TryCatch (1.003002)

Trycatch is an extension of the Perl 5 object system.

This module aims to provide a nicer syntax and method to catch errors in Perl,
similar to what is found in other languages (such as Java, Python or C++).
The standard method of using eval {}; if ($@) {} is often prone to subtle bugs,
primarily that its far too easy to stomp on the error in error handlers.
And also eval/if isn't the nicest idiom.

This requires: perl-Sub-Exporter, perl-Variable-Magic, perl-B-Hooks-OP-Check, perl-B-Hooks-OP-PPAddr, perl-B-Hooks-EndOfScope, perl-Scope-Upper, perl-namespace-clean, perl-MooseX-Types, perl-Moose, perl-Parse-Method-Signatures, perl-Devel-Declare

Maintained by: Jan F. Chadima
Keywords: perl,moose
ChangeLog: perl-TryCatch


Source Downloads:
TryCatch-1.003002.tar.gz (37dbff1d9ab3b09d2a41b706f7716957)

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