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Id: 53309
Status: new
Priority: 0/
Queue: Path-Class

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Requestors: mschwern [...] cpan.org
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Severity: Wishlist
Broken in: 0.18
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Subject: Option to autodie
It would be handy if Path::Class consistently threw exceptions on failure, that would maximize its convenience.

Alas, that would bust compatibility.  It could be set on object creation, but that would also be inconvenient.  Using a lexical pragma "use Path::Class ':autodie'" could make all Path::Class objects in scope autodie.  This lexical pragma would basically just flip a $DIE flag inside Path::Class.

An alternative is to put the autodie flag per object, that could be done by exporting the appropriate file() or dir() depending on if ":autodie" is given.  This isn't as good a solution because Path::Class objects may be created outside the code in question, for example passed in as arguments, and you want them to behave consistently regardless of origin.

Thoughts?


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