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yes, i want to use pod but didn't have cycle to do it :( if you've time, would be nice if you can submit a PR to update the comment

Um, see Swagger2::POD - Convert swagger API spec to Perl documentation

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This should not exist

# class variables my $ua = LWP::UserAgent->new; my $http_user_agent = 'Perl-Swagger'; # HTTP user-agent my $http_timeout; #timeout my $base_url = "{{basePath}}"; sub new { my $class = shift; my %args = @_; return bless \%args, $class; } # Set the user agent of the API client # # @param string $user_agent The user agent of the API client # sub set_user_agent { my $user_agent = shift; $http_user_agent= $user_agent; }

Don't know how critical it is to have a "set_user_agent" to maintain "Swagger" convention, but a $lwp shouldn't be a class variable, it should be an object attribute -- globals are bad mkay :)

also, feels like too much code is being generated from templates, feels like a lot of it doesn't need to be in templates ... heard of Moose?


In reply to Re^4: RFC: Swagger-codegen for Perl by Anonymous Monk
in thread RFC: Swagger-codegen for Perl by wing328

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