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Re^3: Should I learn Moose

by astroboy (Chaplain)
on Aug 25, 2009 at 21:58 UTC ( #791179=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Should I learn Moose
in thread Should I learn Moose

True, we did have Moose 3.5 years ago, but it was just one of the competing object solutions, and it's Meta model benefits weren't apparent to me in those days. I seem to remember Inside-Out objects being popular at the time, as well as of the MakeMethod-type of solutions. Plus MooseX::Declare is the cherry on top! I'm hoping that Moose becomes a defacto standard, kinda like Catalyst and DBIx::Class. The alternatives will still be available to those who want them (I use CGI::Application rather than Catalyst myself), but it means those looking for a solution don't just trawl through CPAN and guess...


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Re^4: Should I learn Moose
by stvn (Monsignor) on Aug 26, 2009 at 03:45 UTC
    I'm hoping that Moose becomes a defacto standard,...

    Well, this is Perl and to some degree TIMTOWTDI means that nothing is the standard, because there is always another way to do it :)

    That said, I am proud to say that Moose recently surpassed Class::Accessor in the number of CPAN modules that require it (Moose has 590, where C::A has 567).

    -stvn

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