DESCRIPTIONFor the most part, the only time you will ever encounter an instance of this class is if you are doing some serious deep introspection. This API should not be considered final, but it is highly unlikely that this will matter to a regular Coat user.
- coerce ($value)
- This will apply the type-coercion if applicable.
- validate ($value)
- If the $value passes the constraint, "undef" will be returned. If the $value does not pass the constraint, then the "message" will be used to construct a custom error message.
- has_coercion Return true if coercion has been defined, false otherwise.
AUTHORAlexis Sukrieh <[email protected]> ; based on the work done by Stevan Little <[email protected]> on Moose::Meta::TypeConstraint
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSECopyright 2006-2008 by Edenware - Alexis Sukrieh
<http://www.edenware.fr> - <http://www.sukria.net>
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.