my $arrayref = t('ArrayRef'); my $arrayref_of_int = $arrayref->parameterize( of => t('Int') );
This is a subroutine that generates a new constraint subroutine when the type is parameterized.
It will be called as a method on the type and will be passed a single argument, the type object for the type parameter.
This parameter is mutually exclusive with the "parameterized_inline_generator" parameter.
This is a subroutine that generates a new inline generator subroutine when the type is parameterized.
It will be called as a method on the Specio::Constraint::Parameterized object when that object needs to generate an inline constraint. It will receive the type parameter as the first argument and the variable name as a string as the second.
This probably seems fairly confusing, so looking at the examples in the Specio::Library::Builtins code may be helpful.
This parameter is mutually exclusive with the "parameterized_constraint_generator" parameter.
The other argument, "declared_at", is optional. If it is not given, then a new Specio::DeclaredAt object is creating using a call stack depth of 1.
This method returns a new Specio::Constraint::Parameterized object.
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