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Id: 26031
Status: resolved
Priority: 0/
Queue: Hash-AsObject

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Owner: nkuitse [...] cpan.org
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Severity: Normal
Broken in: 0.07
Fixed in: (no value)



Subject: Documentation glitches
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[Submitted by Ricardo Signes] There is some contradiction in the docs: isa This method cannot be used to access a hash element 'isa', because Hash::AsObject doesn't attempt to handle it specially. can Similarly, this can't be used to access a hash element 'can'. Later: The methods can() and isa() are special, because they're defined in the UNIVERSAL class that all packages automatically inherit from. In Perl, you can usually use calls $object->isa('Foo') and $object->can('bar') and get the desired results, but you have the options to use UNIVERSAL::can() and UNIVERSAL::isa() directly instead. In Hash::AsObject, you must use the UNIVERSAL functions - unless, of course, you want to access hash elements 'can' and 'isa' Oops? [Submitted by Thomas Linden] Beside this your Copyright section dates the copyright to 2003, you should change this to 2003-2007 or something.
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Subject: Hash-AsObject-0.07 documentation bugs (ticket #26031) resolved
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The documentation bugs you reported have been fixed. Thanks for telling me about them! Paul. -- Paul Hoffman <nkuitse@cpan.org>


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