That's funny, given that what else you said in this thread is only slightly truncated at:
Sure, but when I write code that's completely stateless, I rarely need polymorphism and probably don't need objects at all.
Yet even if someone's going to write OO spaghetti, I'd rather debug Moosified OO spaghetti than hand-rolled OO spaghetti, because there's a non-zero chance that the Moose version at least pretends to care about things like encapsulation and declaration of attributes.
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Re^5: How Large Does Your Project Have To Be to Justify Using Moose? (modular)
by JavaFan (Canon) on Oct 13, 2011 at 06:25 UTC