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Id: 51722
Status: resolved
Priority: 0/
Queue: MooseX-Declare

Owner: ether [...]
Requestors: FWIE [...]

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Severity: (no value)
Broken in: 0.32
Fixed in: 0.39

Subject: [Patch] POD nits
The attached patch fixes some POD, which renders wrong, at least at
Subject: pod.patch
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diff --git a/lib/MooseX/Declare/Syntax/Keyword/ b/lib/MooseX/Declare/Syntax/Keyword/ index cba2003..a2b73bb 100644 --- a/lib/MooseX/Declare/Syntax/Keyword/ +++ b/lib/MooseX/Declare/Syntax/Keyword/ @@ -63,7 +63,7 @@ position. Object->parse(Object $context) -This will inject a call to L<namespace::clean> C<-except => 'meta'> into +This will inject a call to L<namespace::clean> C<< -except => 'meta' >> into the code at the position of the keyword. =head1 SEE ALSO diff --git a/lib/MooseX/Declare/Syntax/ b/lib/MooseX/Declare/Syntax/ index f7d0297..c018bda 100644 --- a/lib/MooseX/Declare/Syntax/ +++ b/lib/MooseX/Declare/Syntax/ @@ -165,7 +165,7 @@ the L<preamble|MooseX::Declare::Context/preamble_code_parts>. Then it will add a code part that will immutabilize the class to the L<cleanup|MooseX::Declare::Context/cleanup_code_parts> code if the -L</auto_make_immutable> method returned a true value and C<$options->{is}{mutable}> +L</auto_make_immutable> method returned a true value and C<< $options->{is}{mutable} >> does not exist. =head2 handle_post_parsing diff --git a/lib/MooseX/Declare/Syntax/ b/lib/MooseX/Declare/Syntax/ index 1c5a439..f8e9f8d 100644 --- a/lib/MooseX/Declare/Syntax/ +++ b/lib/MooseX/Declare/Syntax/ @@ -265,7 +265,7 @@ will be thrown when a user attempts to declare an anonymous namespace. This is the main handling routine for namespaces. It will remove the namespace name and its options. If the handler was invoked without a name, options or a following block, it is assumed that this is an instance of an autoquoted -bareword like C<class => "Foo">. +bareword like C<< class => "Foo" >>. The return value of the C<parse> method is also the value that is returned to the user of the keyword.

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