in reply to Re^2: Class::Accessor and Damian's PBP
in thread Class::Accessor and Damian's PBP

Class::DBI has a way to make this interface for your persistent objects:
$row_obj->set_field("foo"); $row_obj->get_field(); # instead of $row_obj->field("foo"); $row->obj_field();
That's what you meant, right?

Look for mutator_name and accessor_name - this is under

Specifically, look at

sub mutator_name_for { my ($class, $column) = @_; return "set_" . $column->accessor; }
And copy over the implementation of the code that uses mutator_name to create write only accessors and readonly accessors.
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