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I've written a couple of decent sized distributions in which I do use OO, but I've never taken the time to use, or even really try Moose. It's all old-school my $self = shift; stuff, with manual getter/setter writing.

Hearing your brief on the subject makes me think I should have a peek... that said, I think I'll check out what Corion posted above in Re: Bullish on Moose, how about you?, and wait for other Monks to post. I knew that modules could help automate OO code, but I'm still not sure in p5 whether the dependency chains are worth it.

In reply to Re: Bullish on Moose, how about you? by stevieb
in thread Bullish on Moose, how about you? by nysus

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