in reply to Re^7: MooseX obscure error and importance of Unit Testing (public attributes, generated accessors)
in thread MooseX obscure error and importance of Unit Testing
So, the bottom line is that using Moose but not in any of the ways that lead to non-modular or idiotic design also means that Moose offers no benefits.
But, you're forgetting the introspection.
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