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in reply to Plugins: any advice or docs?

I would start with Plugin::Tiny and also take an elevated view of known plugin systems like DBI and Template (Template::Plugin). I myself would like to incorporate such a plugin system and replace my "preset" modules inside Spreadsheet::HTML. This would allow others to publish their own CPAN modules without needing to submit patches/pull requests to me. This is what i feel a plugin system is for: allowing external code to be attached to your own, to flow through your code (be it an engine or framework) without changing that codebase.

jeffa

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Re^2: Plugins: any advice or docs?
by Anonymous Monk on Jan 15, 2016 at 01:17 UTC
      You must have missed that the OP already listed that module. Why repeat what they already knew? Offer new information, not rhetrolical questions.

        I did NOT know that it was a core module. I did not think the other anonymonk's question was rhetorical, either. I'd like to know the pros and cons of any relevant module, core or not.

        Regards,

        John Davies