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1 #
2 # Conditional build:
3 %bcond_without  tests           # do not perform "make test"
4 #
5 %define         pdir    Lexical
6 %define         pnam    Persistence
7 Summary:        Lexical::Persistence - Persistent lexical variable values for arbitrary calls.
8 Name:           perl-Lexical-Persistence
9 Version:        1.020
10 Release:        1
11 License:        GPL v1+ or Artistic
12 Group:          Development/Languages/Perl
13 Source0:        http://www.cpan.org/modules/by-module/Lexical/%{pdir}-%{pnam}-%{version}.tar.gz
14 # Source0-md5:  22fc0a2486c6746bdd1a635f42889809
15 URL:            http://search.cpan.org/dist/Lexical-Persistence/
16 BuildRequires:  perl-devel >= 1:5.8.0
17 BuildRequires:  rpm-perlprov >= 4.1-13
18 %if %{with tests}
19 BuildRequires:  perl-Devel-LexAlias >= 0.04
20 BuildRequires:  perl-PadWalker >= 1.1
21 %endif
22 BuildArch:      noarch
23 BuildRoot:      %{tmpdir}/%{name}-%{version}-root-%(id -u -n)
24
25 %description
26 Lexical::Persistence does a few things, all related.  Note that all
27 the behaviors listed here are the defaults.  Subclasses can override
28 nearly every aspect of Lexical::Persistence's behavior.
29
30 Lexical::Persistence lets your code access persistent data through
31 lexical variables.  This example prints "some value" because the value
32 of $x perists in the $lp object between setter() and getter().
33
34         use Lexical::Persistence;
35
36         my $lp = Lexical::Persistence->new();
37         $lp->call(\&setter);
38         $lp->call(\&getter);
39
40         sub setter { my $x = "some value" }
41         sub getter { print my $x, "\n" }
42
43 Lexicals with leading underscores are not persistent.
44
45 By default, Lexical::Persistence supports accessing data from multiple
46 sources through the use of variable prefixes.  The set_context()
47 member sets each data source.  It takes a prefix name and a hash of
48 key/value pairs.  By default, the keys must have sigils representing
49 their variable types.
50
51 %prep
52 %setup -q -n %{pdir}-%{pnam}-%{version}
53
54 %build
55 %{__perl} Makefile.PL \
56         INSTALLDIRS=vendor
57 %{__make}
58
59 %{?with_tests:%{__make} test}
60
61 %install
62 rm -rf $RPM_BUILD_ROOT
63
64 %{__make} pure_install \
65         DESTDIR=$RPM_BUILD_ROOT
66
67 install -d $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_examplesdir}/%{name}-%{version}
68 cp -a eg $RPM_BUILD_ROOT%{_examplesdir}/%{name}-%{version}
69
70 %clean
71 rm -rf $RPM_BUILD_ROOT
72
73 %files
74 %defattr(644,root,root,755)
75 %doc CHANGES README
76 %dir %{perl_vendorlib}/Lexical
77 %{perl_vendorlib}/Lexical/*.pm
78 %{_mandir}/man3/*
79 %{_examplesdir}/%{name}-%{version}
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