[Catalyst] Has $c->response->redirect behaviour changed?

Chisel Wright chisel at herlpacker.co.uk
Wed Jan 25 13:04:49 CET 2006

On Wed, Jan 25, 2006 at 11:59:17AM +0000, Alex Kavanagh wrote:
> > ---- cut here ----
> > # updated to use information from:
> > # http://catalyst.perl.org/calendar/2005/8/

> >     # use DefaultEnd magic
> >     $c->NEXT::end( $c );
>      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

> I'm not expert on NEXT but aren't you passing $c *twice* to
> DefaultEnd's end?  It could just be me not understanding, but I would
> probably have done (wrongly?) :
>       $self->NEXT::end($c);

Yes, the double use of $c did make me suspicious. I blindly followed the
example in the link: http://catalyst.perl.org/calendar/2005/8/

I kept meaning to change to $self to see what happens, or ask about it
but I keep forgetting.



While I think about it, I've been reading
http://catalyst.perl.org/calendar/2005/8/ and I noticed that there was
double-use of $c in the example:

  $c->NEXT::end( $c );

Is this correct? SHould it be $self->NEXT::end($c);


Chisel Wright
e: chisel at herlpacker.co.uk
w: http://www.herlpacker.co.uk/

This is not an automated signature. I type this in to the bottom of every

More information about the Catalyst mailing list