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Class::Workflow::TransUsernContributed:PerlkDlow::Transition::Deterministic(3)

NAME
       Class::Workflow::Transition::Deterministic - A transition which knows
       which state it leads to.

SYNOPSIS
	       package MyTransition;
	       use Moose;

	       with qw/
		       Class::Workflow::Transition
		       Class::Workflow::Deterministic
	       /;

	       sub apply_body {	# instead of 'sub apply'
		       # body
	       }

	       # this may be changed to	the following form in the future:
	       augment apply =>	sub {
		       # body
	       };

DESCRIPTION
       This role provides a base role for transitions which know their target
       state.

       It overrides "apply" with a default implementation that will derive an
       instance	for you, setting "state" automatically,	appending the return
       value from "apply_body" to that list.

       You should consume this role unless you need to determine the target
       state dynamically (probably not a good idea).

FIELDS
       to_state
	   The target state of the transition. Should do
	   Class::Workflow::State.

METHODS
       apply
	   In scalar context returns the derived instance, in list caller also
	   returns the remaining return	value from "apply_body".

REQUIRED METHODS
       apply_body
	   The "inner" body of the function.

	   This	method is always evaluated in list context, and	is expected to
	   return a hash reference of overridden fields	as the first value in
	   that	list.

	   In the future instead of defining "apply_body" you will do:

		   augment apply => sub	{
			   # body
		   };

	   And this role's "apply" will	really use "inner()".

perl v5.24.1			 Class::Workflow::Transition::Deterministic(3)

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