[Catalyst] Initialization ordering, how?
dom at idealx.com
Thu Jun 30 16:43:04 CEST 2005
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Bernhard Bauer wrote:
> [...] if you 'use base "Foo::M::CDBI" in your model class, it
> would load Foo::M::CDBI and not break singletonness because then
> Foo::M::CDBI::new() is called with your model class as first
This is not so under Catalyst as I understand it: making class Bar
subclass of Foo does not somehow make Foo->new() (which
Catalyst::Setup will invoke because it ->new()'s everything in sight)
an equivalent of Bar->new(). So there would be two singletons, one of
a derivative class of the other.
Besides, my model class should *not* be a descendent of Foo::M::CDBI
which is just a Class::DBI black-magic clearinghouse and does not have
any behavior of interest for a specific model class.
BTW I ended up recoding a solution of my own (I'll be replying to
myself higher up in the thread tree).
Dominique QUATRAVAUX Ingénieur senior
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