[Catalyst] RunAfterRequest/delayed Catalyst view
steve at prodhub.com
Mon May 3 04:28:55 GMT 2010
Wow, Matt. That works like a charm. THANK YOU.
No pointing and laughing from this corner. Except at myself for not setting up a proper email dispatching mechanism. One bridge at a time.
Again, my thanks for tracking that down.
steve at prodhub.com
On May 2, 2010, at 12:49 PM, Matt S Trout wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 02:38:50PM -0700, Steve Kleiman wrote:
>> Here goes...hopefully a simple test case for the RunAfterRequest oddness.
>> The code below with the forward INSIDE 'run_after_request' subroutine throws the error:
>>> [error] Caught exception in engine "Modification of non-creatable array value attempted, subscript -1 at /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.10.1/Catalyst/Dispatcher.pm line 278."
> I think that's probably $c->stack being empty because there's no request
> I *think* that
> would work, since that doesn't rely on the action call stack.
> That error message is fucking awful though, and almost certainly my fault.
> Proposal: first you try the ->process-by-hand approach to confirm that I'm
> an idiot the way I think I am. Second we discuss how to either (a) fix this
> or (b) make sure it produces a non-awful error.
> (even if you've already rewritten the code it'd be much appreciated if you
> could try this out and see if it does the right thing - also, you then get to
> point and laugh at me with a bit of luck, which may or may not be an added
> incentive ;)
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