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Hello fellow monks,

after working through Moose Best Practices and various discussions, I decided to use build instead of default for my attributes. So far so good.

Now I have a role with lazy attributes that I apply at runtime with Moose::Util qw(apply_all_roles). This also works fine. With one exception. I get the message "You cannot have a lazy attribute (myattr) without specifying a default value for it". Calling the _build function from default works.

From Perl common sense I would say, the object is already built before the Role is applied. So you have to use default values for initialization. And so I do something like:

has 'myattr' => ( is => 'ro', isa => 'Int', lazy => 1, default => \&_build_myattr, # build => '_build_myattr', );

Did I miss something?

What are best practises in my case?

Thank you for your thoughts

Update: see comment below, it's a typo. It is a "builder" instead of "build"

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In reply to Moose: apply Role at Runtime (build vs. default) [solved] by Brutha

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