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class X::Method::Private::Permission
Error ReportCollection examples

Compilation error due to calling a private method without permission

class X::Method::Private::Permission does X::Comp { }

Compile time error thrown when the code contains a call to a private method that isn't defined in the current class, and when no appropriate trusts relation is defined that permits the private method call.

For example

1!Int::foo

dies with

===SORRY!===
Cannot call private method 'foo' on package Int because it does not trust GLOBAL

Methods

method method

method method(--> Str:D)

The name of the private method

method source-package

method source-package(--> Mu:D)

Returns the type object that (supposedly) contains the private method.

method calling-package

method calling-package(--> Mu:D)

Returns the package in which the calling code is, and which the source package does not trust.