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Re: Hiding trigger code from meta

by jethro (Monsignor)
on Jan 19, 2011 at 17:15 UTC ( #883167=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Hiding trigger code from meta

Nobody did bite yet, so until someone with more knowledge or our ultimate authority for Moose stvn gets around to answer, I give you at least my best answer

I just read (in a book about Catalyst which uses Moose heavily) that there are two ways for private subroutines in Moose:

1) Use '_' before a subroutine name. This is only a convention, but in most cases it is evident that you should not use such a function outside the class

2) Use an anonymous subroutine (as you already found out). Don't think of it as cheating or second-rate subroutining ;-), it is a fine non-namespace-cluttering way to put a private subroutine into a class, the only drawback is that code reuse needs a bit more effort.

Also there is namespace::clean which can be used to forget those subroutine names again as soon as you don't need them anymore. I don't know if this would help in your case (it depends from whom you want to hide the trigger), but the module is worth a look

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