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Please don't use ::Tiny unless it meets the ::Tiny criteria, thanks!

Here are the rules Adam Kennedy originally defined for what ::Tiny means:

  1. The module should be implemented in "as little code as possible"
  2. The module should implement a useful subset of functionality
  3. The module should use at least 1/10th the amount of memory overhead, ideally less than 100k
  4. The module MUST have no non-core dependencies
  5. The module MUST be only one single .pm file
  6. The module should be back-compatible to at least 5.004
  7. The module should omit functionality rather than implement it incorrectly.
  8. If applicable, the module should be compatible with the larger module.

See also the talk about Acme::Tiny by xdg.

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In reply to Re: ::Tiny modules namespace origins by choroba
in thread *::Tiny modules namespace origins by Smonff

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