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You haven't posted the code for your disable_getopt_attribute function, but I guess it looks a little like this:

package My::App; use Moose::Role; # ... etc sub disable_getopt_attribute { has("+$_", traits => ['NoGetopt']) for @_; }

And you're calling it like this from classes:

package My::Script; use Moose; with "My::App"; My::App::disable_getopt_attribute(qw/ foo bar /);

Try changing the definition to this:

package My::App; use Moose::Role; # ... etc sub disable_getopt_attribute { my $class = shift; my $has = $class->can("has"); $has->("+$_", traits => ['NoGetopt']) for @_; }

And calling it like this:

package My::Script; use Moose; with "My::App"; __PACKAGE__->disable_getopt_attribute(qw/ foo bar /);

This way, the has function that gets called, is My::Script's copy of has; not My::App's copy of it.

package Cow { use Moo; has name => (is => 'lazy', default => sub { 'Mooington' }) } say Cow->new->name

In reply to Re: MooseX::GetOpt disable in role by tobyink
in thread MooseX::GetOpt disable in role by Boldra

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