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Re^2: RFR: Inside-out classes - a Class::InsideOut primer
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I disagree about the main reason for wanting them. They may have been created to solve inheritance issues, but based on how often I'm asked about how to create private and read-only attributes, that seems to be the primary reason many people would want inside-out objects.
Then these people are excited about their new shotgun.
Disallowing people to access the internal gains you nothing. It just makes debugging harder, as Data::Dumper doesn't see anything inside the objects.