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Yeah, you pretty much just wrote what I did in RFC: Class::Proxy::MethodChain. Now make a root node about it, get some well-reasoned skeptic comments, mull over it for a year or so, and then write the code I posted in the root node of this thread. :-) As I said, I've gone through at least a dozen approaches and logical next steps with this thing and it's not likely you'll be able to surprise me as long as you stick to the obvious ideas sorry.

The problem with this group of solutions, as others said in that thread and as I have come to understand with the experience gained since that node (see Mutator chaining considered harmful), is that method chaining is not a good idea.

Makeshifts last the longest.


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