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      've come across a module in CPAN that I really like, however it's written in as a very procedural module, even though it seems like a great candidate for OO to me. Additionally, it would integrate much cleaner into some other stuff I'm doing if it were an OO module.

As BrowserUK pointed out is I'd be doing a consideration of the benefit of going OO with the module. Secondly I'd definitely contact the current maintainer if there is one to determine their interest first. Even though the majority of modules I write are OO in nature I'm not always 100% convinced that's the way to go every time.


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In reply to Re: Best Practices for creating an OO version of an existing CPAN module? by blue_cowdawg
in thread Best Practices for creating an OO version of an existing CPAN module? by topher

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