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Subject: Rejecting non-references for no reason?
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I was trying to use Event::Notify in a situation where I wanted to register packages, and have a class method called on them when the notification fired, but it seems I can't do that because of this code in Event::Notify->register_event: if (! $ref) { Carp::croak( "Non-ref observer passed. Expected an object or a CODE ref" ); } Which prevents you from using Event::Notify in this way, for no apparent reason. In fact if I just remove the croak, then it works just as I would have expected it to.... my $notify = Event::Notify->new; MyClass->register( $notify );


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