Thanks... I would also want O::IO "fields" (what Moose calls "attributes") in the roles, so will look at the other modules Role::Tiny refers to, Role::Basic
. I'll have to think more about fields and how these role-helpers work to pick the right one.
edit now I am in danger of writing Object::InsideOut::Role - not that I have the time to- but after re-reading about them, and comments implementers have made with the benefit of hindsight, and thinking about how I've already used and misused roles, it's tempting to roll something up taking it all into account.
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