Author: jnthn
Date: 2009-10-08 23:04:06 +0200 (Thu, 08 Oct 2009)
New Revision: 28665

Modified:
   docs/Perl6/Spec/S06-routines.pod
Log:
[spec] Add missing invocant and multi_invocant traits from signature 
introspection interface.

Modified: docs/Perl6/Spec/S06-routines.pod
===================================================================
--- docs/Perl6/Spec/S06-routines.pod    2009-10-08 20:49:07 UTC (rev 28664)
+++ docs/Perl6/Spec/S06-routines.pod    2009-10-08 21:04:06 UTC (rev 28665)
@@ -1931,19 +1931,21 @@
 return a C<List> of C<Parameter> objects, which have the following
 readonly properties:
 
-  name          The name of the lexical variable to bind to, if any
-  type          The main type (the one multi-dispatch sorts by)
-  constraints   Any further type constraints
-  readonly      True if parameter has C<is readonly> trait
-  rw            True if parameter has C<is rw> trait
-  copy          True if parameter has C<is copy> trait
-  ref           True if parameter has C<is ref> trait
-  named         True if the parameter is to be passed named
-  named_names   List of names a named parameter can be passed as
-  slurpy        True if the parameter is slurpy
-  optional      True if the parameter is optional
-  default       A closure returning the default value
-  signature     A nested signature to bind the argument against
+  name           The name of the lexical variable to bind to, if any
+  type           The main type (the one multi-dispatch sorts by)
+  constraints    Any further type constraints
+  readonly       True if the parameter has C<is readonly> trait
+  rw             True if the parameter has C<is rw> trait
+  copy           True if the parameter has C<is copy> trait
+  ref            True if the parameter has C<is ref> trait
+  named          True if the parameter is to be passed named
+  named_names    List of names a named parameter can be passed as
+  slurpy         True if the parameter is slurpy
+  optional       True if the parameter is optional
+  default        A closure returning the default value
+  invocant       True if the parameter is a method invocant
+  multi_invocant True if the parameter is a multi invocant
+  signature      A nested signature to bind the argument against
 
 Note that C<constraints> will be something that can be smart-matched
 against if it is defined; if there are many constraints it may be a

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