Jul 20, 2023

Add hooks on methods from other classes

ClassHook enables you to trace methods calls from your code to other classes.

Instead of putting ‘use Foo;’ in your code, simply type ‘use ClassHook;’. The class Foo is unknown in your code. It will be magically caught by ClassHook which will call Foo itself. You can see ClassHook as a kind of relay.

You can setup a subroutine to be called before any call to Foo->amethod and a subroutine to be called after the call. Your subs will receive all the information that Foo->amethod will receive, so you can trace everything between your code and Foo.

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