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Re^2: In praise of Perl's object system.

by shmem (Chancellor)
on Sep 12, 2010 at 09:33 UTC ( #859825=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re: In praise of Perl's object system.
in thread In praise of Perl's object system.

but it doesn't feel perlish to me that I have to install modules from CPAN to fix built-in behavior.

Now that is very perlish - using modules to fix built-in behavior.

use strict; use warnings;
although those are pragmas, and core. But see also perl5i

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Re^3: In praise of Perl's object system.
by moritz (Cardinal) on Sep 12, 2010 at 16:03 UTC
    although those are pragmas, and core

    which makes all the difference when talking about installing, no?

    Perl 6 - links to (nearly) everything that is Perl 6.

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[1nickt]: I just got my feet wet with some DBIC coding this last week. I feel "meh" about it so far. It was pretty easy to add a sub to the DBIC class to filter search results ...
[1nickt]: ... in the calling code ... $rs = $rs->maturity(" stable");. But I don;t enjoy feeling that far away from the SQL and the DB, really.
[1nickt]: The same project (CPAN Testers API) is using experimental signatures (and therefore 5.024) ... which is what replaced Method::Signatures , afaict.
[1nickt]: But the new $job is on an older Perl and therefore using M::S, the syntax of which looks clunky to me, so far.

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