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After a quick skim, it looks pretty good to me, one comment on the SYNOPSIS though.

sub get_widget { my ($self, $params) = @_; unless (my_validation_function($params->{product_number})) { REST_error('404', 'Invalid product_number'); } my $widget = $widgets[$params->{product_number}]; if (REST_media_type eq 'text/plain') { return $self->plain_output($widget); } return $self->fancy_output($widget); }
Shouldn't the calls to REST_error and REST_media_type be method calls, and not function calls?

Also, I would suggest wrapping $params in an object as well. You might not need it now, but when you do, it will be a royal pain to go back and change all the legacy code. (give Class::Param a look, it seems to have lots of functionality available if/when you need it)

-stvn

In reply to Re: RFC: CGI::Application::Plugin::REST by stvn
in thread RFC: CGI::Application::Plugin::REST by jaldhar

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