use Class::MakeMethods::Template::ExternalData (
new => 'new',
scalar => 'foo',
my $obj = MyObject->new( foo => "Foozle" );
print $obj->foo(); # Prints Foozle
$obj->foo("Bamboozle"); # Sets $$obj
print $obj->foo(); # Prints Bamboozle
DESCRIPTIONSupports the Generic object constructor and accessors meta-method types, but uses scalar refs as the underlying implementation type, so only one accessor method can be used effectively.
Standard MethodsThe following methods from Generic are all supported:
new scalar string string_index number boolean bits array hash tiedhash hash_of_arrays object instance array_of_objects code code_or_scalar
See Class::MakeMethods::Template::Generic for the interfaces and behaviors of these method types.
However, note that due to special nature of this package, all accessor methods reference the same scalar value, so setting a value with one method will overwrite the value retrieved by another.