Supposing I have a dog
my $dog = DOG->new;
Then later I decide my dog is in fact a labrador. I could do
bless $dog, 'LABRADOR';
which (i think) would be fine as LABRADOR inherits from DOG
but Moose has things like
has color => (is => 'rw', isa => 'Str', default => 'golden')
If I simply bless my $dog into LABRADOR then he won't be golden. How can I resolve this situation?
(I guess what I'm really asking is - is there a way to change the class of an object that already exists under Moose? Or perhaps this is not the done thing?)
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