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Being developped for three years means nothing - Perl6 has been in development for almost 10 years now.

I'm not sure what you mean by "household names", but I don't think that I can ask my mother about any Moose-using-Perl company and get a set of answers that contains any of the names you seem to have in mind.

I guess that we're both aware of many things whose theoretical foundations go back far longer than 30 years and that still are not a good idea.

I question Mooses provenness because it's simply too young and while using it, I've seen that it's nice conceptually but doesn't buy me much over plain objects. I see it much like the Inside-Out fad that produced a slew of bad prerequisites and little else.

Of course it's always questionable to use a fancy new technology for a mission critical part.


In reply to Re^3: looking for a OR-mapper for Moose by Corion
in thread looking for a OR-mapper for Moose by morgon

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