Has anyone done anything with Moose worth mentioning?
The way I learn about modules is generally is from
the Module Listings on use.perl.org. Here's what I'd see
there with Moose:
Moose - Moose, it's the new Camel
Since that tells me nothing, I'd probably ignore it.
Now it's mentioned on perlmonks. Since I don't know
anything about it, I look on search.cpan.org. One of the
first things I read is:
I am adopting the release early and release often approach with this module
So I look in the Changes file, find that there were 5 releases during a one month period, then nothing
since April. It goes back on my ignore list, since
presumably the author had fun for a while then lost
interest in it.
(N.B. Artificially increasing the version number
will NOT help.)
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