Wasm::Wasmtime::Trap - Wasmtime trap class
use Wasm::Wasmtime; my $store = Wasm::Wasmtime::Store->new; my $trap = Wasm::Wasmtime::Trap->new( $store, "something went bump in the night\0", );
WARNING: WebAssembly and Wasmtime are a moving target and the interface for these modules is under active development. Use with caution.
This class represents a trap, usually something unexpected that happened in Wasm land. This is usually converted into an exception in Perl land, but you can create your own trap here.
my $trap = Wasm::Wasmtime::Trap->new( $store, # Wasm::Wasmtime::Store $message, # Null terminated string );
Create a trap instance.
$message MUST be null terminated.
my $message = $trap->message;
Returns the trap message as a string.
my $status = $trap->exit_status;
If the trap was triggered by an
exit call, this will return the exist status code. If it wasn't triggered by an
exit call it will return
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