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Squatting::With::AccesUsercContributed Perl DocSquatting::With::AccessTrace(3)

NAME
       Squatting::With::AccessTrace - provide a	simple access log on STDERR

SYNOPSIS
	 use App 'With::AccessTrace', 'On::Continuity';

DESCRIPTION
       Using this plugin will print an executable line of code that represents
       the HTTP	request	that just came in.  This print out conveniently
       condenses what app, HTTP	method,	controller, arguments, and CGI params
       were involved in	the request.  It looks like this:

	   1 [200] Example->get('Home')
	   2 [200] Example->get('Home',	{ bar => 2, baz	=> 5, foo => 1 })
	   3 [200] Example->get('Profile', 'beppu')
	   4 [200] Example->get('Home')
	   5 [302] Example->get('RubyGems')
	   6 [404] Squatting->get('R404')

       You also	get the	number of requests the current process has served and
       the HTTP	status of the response in the first and	second columns,
       respectively.

       The code	that generates this was	originally in &Squatting::service, but
       I wanted	to make	it optional, so	I moved	it into	a separate module.

perl v5.32.0			  2013-01-23   Squatting::With::AccessTrace(3)

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