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Devel::Events::HandlerUserjContributedDPvel::Events::Handler::ObjectTracker(3)

NAME
       Devel::Events::Handler::ObjectTracker - A Devel::Events that tracks
       leaks

SYNOPSIS
	       use Devel::Events::Handler::ObjectTracker;
	       use Devel::Events::Generator::Objects;

	       my $tracker = Devel::Events::Handler::ObjectTracker->new();

	       my $gen = Devel::Events::Generator::Objects->new(
		       handler => $tracker,
	       );

	       $gen->enable(); # start generating events

	       $code->();

	       $gen->disable();

	       use Data::Dumper;
	       warn Dumper($tracker->live_objects);

DESCRIPTION
       This object will	keep track of every object created and every object
       destroyed based on the "object_bless" and "object_destroy" events.
       Reblessing is accounted for.

       This handler doesn't perform any	magical	stuff,
       Devel::Events::Generator::Objects is responsible	for raising the	proper
       events.

ATTRIBUTES
       live_objects
	   A Tie::RefHash::Weak	hash that keeps	an index of every live object
	   and the "object_bless" event	that created it.

       class_counters
	   Keeps a count of the	live instances per class, much like
	   Devel::Leak::Object.

       object_to_class
	   USed	to maintain the	"class_counters" hash.

METHODS
       new_event @event
	   Delegates to	"handle_object_bless" or "handle_object_destroy"

       handle_object_bless @event
	   Adds	an entry in the	"live_objects" table.

       event_to_entry @event
	   Munges event	data into an entry for the "live_objects" table.

       handle_object_destroy
	   Decrements the "class_counters" counter.

perl v5.24.1			  2008Devel::Events::Handler::ObjectTracker(3)

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