Documentation for method
new_type assembled from the following types:
method new_type(:!, :?, : = 'P6opaque', :)
Creates a new type object for an enum.
$name is the enum name,
$base_type is the type given when the enum is declared using a scoped declaration (if any), and
$repr is the type representation passed to the enum using the
$is_mixin is unused.
method new_type(: = '<anon>', :, :, :)
Creates a new package, with optional representation, version and auth field.
method (:, : = 'P6opaque', :, :)
Creates a new type from the metamodel, which we can proceed to build
my = Metamodel::ClassHOW.new_type(name => "NewType",ver => v0.0.1,auth => 'github:perl6' );.HOW.add_method(,"hey", method );.hey; # OUTPUT: «Hey␤».HOW.compose();my = .new;.hey; # OUTPUT: «Hey␤»
We add a single method by using Higher Order Workings methods, and then we can use that method directly as class method; we can then
compose the type, following which we can create already an instance, which will behave in the exact same way.