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Bread::Board::Service::WithDependencies(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation Bread::Board::Service::WithDependencies(3pm)


Bread::Board::Service::WithDependencies - Services with dependencies


version 0.37


This is a sub-role of Bread::Board::Service, for services with dependencies. It provides the mechanism to recursively resolve dependencies.



Hashref, constrained by "Bread::Board::Service::Dependencies". Values must be instances of Bread::Board::Dependency, but can be coerced from various other types, see the type's docs.




Adds a new dependency.


  my $dep = $service->get_dependency('name');

Gets a dependency by name.


  if ($service->has_dependency('name')) { ... }

Returns true if this service has a dependency with the given name.


  if ($service->has_dependencies) { ... }

Returns true if this service has any dependency.


  my %deps = $service->get_all_dependencies;

Returns all the dependencies for this service, as a key-value list.


Builder for the service parameters, augmented to inject all the resolved dependencies into the "params" attribute, so that "get" can use them.


After the "get" method, the "params" attribute is cleared, to make sure that dependencies will be resolved again on the next call (of course, if the service is using a singleton lifecycle, the whole "getting" only happens once).


  my %name_object_map = $self->resolve_dependencies;

For each element of "dependencies", calls its "service" method to retrieve the service we're dependent on, then tries to instantiate the value of the service. This can happen in a few different ways:

just call "get" on it
call "$service->get(%{$dependency->service_params})"
we can't instantiate anything at this point, so we use a Bread::Board::Service::Deferred::Thunk instance, on which you can call the "inflate" method, passing it all the needed parameters, to get the actual instance
we return a Bread::Board::Service::Deferred that will proxy to the instance that the service will eventually return; yes, this means that in many cases circular dependencies can be resolved, at the cost of a proxy object


Stevan Little <>


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