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Path::Dispatcher::CookUser(Contributed Perl DocumPath::Dispatcher::Cookbook(3)

NAME
       Path::Dispatcher::Cookbook - A cookbook for Path::Dispatcher

VERSION
       version 1.08

NAME
       Path::Dispatcher::Cookbook - A cookbook for Path::Dispatcher

RECIPES
   How can I change the	path delimiter from a space ' '	to a slash '/'?
       When importing the Path::Dispatcher::Declarative	sugar, specify the
       "token_delimiter" option	for the	"default" group.

	   package My::Dispatcher;
	   use Path::Dispatcher::Declarative -base, -default =>	{
	       token_delimiter => '/',
	   };

       Or define a subclass of Path::Dispatcher::Declarative with a
       "token_delimiter" method:

	   package Web::Dispatcher::Maker;
	   use base 'Path::Dispatcher::Declarative';

	   use constant	token_delimiter	=> '/';

	   package My::Dispatcher;
	   use Web::Dispatcher::Maker -base;

   How can I do	rule chaining (like in Catalyst)?
       You can use a "chain" rule approximate chaining behavior:

	   package MyDispatcher;
	   use Path::Dispatcher::Declarative -base;

	   under show => sub {
	       chain {
		   print "Displaying ";
	       };
	       on inventory => sub {
		   print "inventory:\n";
		   ...
	       };
	       on score	=> sub {
		   print "score:\n";
		   ...
	       };
	   };

	   package main;

	   MyDispatcher->run("show inventory");	# "Displaying inventory:\n ..."

	   MyDispatcher->run("show score"); # "Displaying score:\n ..."

   How can I configure tab completion for shells?
       First add a dispatcher rule for generating completions based on the
       path. Here we name it _gencomp, so that if the user types "app _gencomp
       hel" it will print out the various completions of "hel".

	   on qr/^_gencomp\s*(.*)/ => sub {
	       my $prefix = shift->pos(1);
	       $prefix = "" if !defined($prefix);
	       print "$_\n" for	dispatcher->complete($prefix);
	   };

       Then tell your shell about how to use _gencomp. For zsh it might	look
       like this (replace "APP"	with your binary name):

	   /usr/share/zsh/site-functions/_APP:
	       #compdef	APP
	       typeset -a APP_completions
	       APP_completions=($($words[1] _gencomp $words[2,-1]))
	       compadd $APP_completions

       For bash	it might look like this:

	   /etc/bash_completion.d/APP.bash:
	       function	_APP_()
	       {
		   COMPREPLY=($($1 _gencomp ${COMP_WORDS[COMP_CWORD]}))
	       }

	       complete	-F _APP_ APP

SUPPORT
       Bugs may	be submitted through the RT bug	tracker
       <https://rt.cpan.org/Public/Dist/Display.html?Name=Path-Dispatcher> (or
       bug-Path-Dispatcher@rt.cpan.org <mailto:bug-Path-
       Dispatcher@rt.cpan.org>).

AUTHOR
       Shawn M Moore, "<sartak at bestpractical.com>"

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
       This software is	copyright (c) 2020 by Shawn M Moore.

       This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
       the same	terms as the Perl 5 programming	language system	itself.

perl v5.32.1			  2020-07-12	 Path::Dispatcher::Cookbook(3)

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