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Re^2: RFC: Name and/or API for module ("Type::FromData")

by Corion (Pope)
on Apr 10, 2014 at 10:59 UTC ( #1081792=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: RFC: Name and/or API for module ("Type::FromData")
in thread RFC: Name and/or API for module ("Type::FromData")

Thank you for the name suggestion! I usually come up with three level names, but I am under the impression that they are considered too unwieldly by other people more adept with naming things. But I like the name...

I try to keep the functionality of generating SQL and executing SQL separate, as usually I prefer to review DDL and manually run it with a user that has the appropriate permissions. DBI might still be needed to import the appropriate SQL_ type constants, but that wouldn't imply the DBIx namespace for me.

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Re^3: RFC: Name and/or API for module (SQL::Type::Guess++)
by tye (Sage) on Apr 14, 2014 at 14:56 UTC

    I think this is a good case for a 3-part name. I could see other modules ending up in the SQL::Type bucket. And SQL::Type::Guess is quite short and seems pretty precisely "on the nose" at the purpose of this module.

    - tye        

Re^3: RFC: Name and/or API for module ("Type::FromData")
by chacham (Vicar) on Apr 14, 2014 at 14:42 UTC

    Perhaps you can use two different names. One for the actual name, being of three or more parts, another to group such things together. That is:

    SQL::Lazy (or just, Lazy, first adding Lazy::SQL). Then adding more modules to it be to truly lazy, (and eventually renaming it to Perl.:P )

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