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Re: looking for a OR-mapper for Moose

by Sartak (Hermit)
on Apr 13, 2009 at 21:48 UTC ( [id://757288]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to looking for a OR-mapper for Moose

Fey is a very Moosey SQL generator, upon which Fey::ORM is built. It's written by Dave Rolsky, a core Moose developer, who writes bulletproof code.

That said, its documentation does warn you that "This is still very new software, and APIs may change in future releases without notice. You have been warned."

I don't know what your requirements are, but Fey is definitely Moosey and is probably solid enough to use.

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Re^2: looking for a OR-mapper for Moose
by autarch (Hermit) on Apr 13, 2009 at 22:28 UTC

    "... who writes bulletproof code"

    Well, someone was posting on Perlmonks while high, clearly.

      By bulletproof he means teflon (in the 50 Cent sense of the word) and by teflon he means slippery and by slippery he means sloppy and by sloppy he means ... well ... bulletproof.

      -stvn
      I calls em like I sees em.

      I was about to defend Dave. That's what I get for keeping track of usernames. Pretty slippery. I mean bulletproof. 180 bulletproof...

      I've always preferred the term bullet-resistant, myself.

      G. Wade

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