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Re: kind of effort required for learning OO perl ?!

by hardburn (Abbot)
on Jul 29, 2010 at 14:52 UTC ( #851955=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to kind of effort required for learning OO perl ?!

If you know about packages and references, then taking the next step to OO Perl is easy. You use bless to put a little note on a reference, which will be the package for looking up methods. So whenever you do $obj->foo, it's looking up the foo() subroutine in the package you bless'd into.

For the basics, there isn't much more to it then that. The trick is not making it out to be more complicated than it is. OO Perl is just straightforward combinations of stuff you probably already know.


"There is no shame in being self-taught, only in not trying to learn in the first place." -- Atrus, Myst: The Book of D'ni.

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[1nickt]: marioroy Yes, I am using it with MCE, as is Discipulus I believe. I was trying to work out how to make a cpanfile that would be smart enough to know which deps to require.
[1nickt]: See this code. (I expected to simply eval loading threads as a check, but weirdness happened with Perlbrew so it's a grep of -V ...)
[choroba]: Config might be better than grepping -V
[Corion]: Also see Config::V, which is less of that hackery, or that hackery hidden in a module ;)
[1nickt]: The problem was with Perlbrew
[Corion]: Whoops - Config::Perl::V
[1nickt]: I found that when using Perlbrew as recommended, with cpanminus in the system perl lib, such tests were failing to detect the data about the perl that was the install destination.

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