[Catalyst] Any chance there is an arbitrary limit to how many classes you can load this way...?

Jonathan Rockway jon at jrock.us
Tue Oct 9 22:41:02 GMT 2007

Juan Miguel Paredes wrote:
> On 10/9/07, Dustin Suchter <dsuchter at ucla.edu> wrote:
>   =

>> The fact that someone else had this problem makes me feel a tiny bit
>> better. At least I'm not *totally* insane.
>>     =

> I once had a similar problem... not related to Views, but
> authentication, when defining about 20 classes in Schema, using
> DBIC::Schema.  The problem, IIRC, was related to the regex searching
> at $c->comp('Foo') magic (search the list archive).  In the end, it
> wasn't the number of loaded classes, but similarities on their names,
> when a class contained part of the name of another (e.g. Usuario,
> UsuarioInterno). In that case, simply adjusting the YAML configuration
> file worked (I had to change MyApp::Schema::MySchema::MyUserClass to
> MySchema::MyUserClass in myapp.yml).  Are your schema classes
> following such a name scheme?

FWIW, this is going to burn users of View::Template::Declare also. =

Given YourApp::View::TD and a templates like YourApp::View::TD::*, set:

   YourApp->config( default_view =3D> qw/View::TD$/ );

and *NOT*:

   YourApp->config( default_view =3D> 'View::TD');

Otherwise RenderView will think that one of your templates is actually
the view.

Jonathan Rockway

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