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Re^5: Best Practices for creating an OO version of an existing CPAN module?

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on Feb 25, 2013 at 22:01 UTC ( #1020580=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^4: Best Practices for creating an OO version of an existing CPAN module?
in thread Best Practices for creating an OO version of an existing CPAN module?

the module is Net::Statsd. It uses a pair of package variables to set the destination host/port, and I have a need to for multiple separate destinations.

For that particular module, I agree an OO interface would seem like the best way to go.

As for how. The existing interface does not lend itself to being objectised without effectively re-writing the interface of every procedure. As such, I think you'd be better off using a completely separate package (say Net::Statsd::OO or similar) and just writing it from scratch. With reference to the existing; but without having it as a dependency.


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Re^6: Best Practices for creating an OO version of an existing CPAN module?
by topher (Scribe) on Feb 28, 2013 at 05:52 UTC

    That's the direction I was leaning towards myself.

    I think I'll go ahead and ping the existing module's author, and then get started on rewriting things.

    Christopher Cashell

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