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I'd recommend against Devel::Trace, as Devel:: is mostly concerned with hacking the low-level innards of perl, where your module is more of a "userspace" application. Similarly, Debug::Trace implies some close association with the perl debugger, which is not the case here.

If I were releasing this module, I would probably check with the author of Log::TraceMessages first to see if the two modules could be merged or melded into a common namespace: e.g., Log::Trace and Log::Trace::Messages. If there isn't any common ground, perhaps Log::Trace is the best option so far.

For your second module, I reiterate Debug:: and Devel:; as being inappropriate top-level domains Since the module is most closely associated with Test::Harness, perhaps Test::Assertions would be best.

One other place to check naming issues before you upload may be See section 2.5 of The Perl5 Registered Module List for details.


In reply to Re: RFC: On renaming Tracing and Assertions by kvale
in thread RFC: On renaming Tracing and Assertions by simonflk

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