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OK, I think I see what you are saying. So essentially, my Base class does the following when the "do" method is called on it:

package Base; use One; use Two; use Three; sub do { print "hi from Base\n"; Three::do; Two::do; One::do; }

And my config file would determine which order to run the subroutines from each of the packages. Is that right?

UPDATE: Here is a version of the code above that is a bit more dynamic:

package Base ; use One; use Two; use Three; sub new { my $class = shift; bless { steps => [ qw(Three Two One) ] }, $class; } sub do { my $s = shift; print "hi from Base\n"; for my $step ( @{ $s->{steps} } ) { $step->do; } }

So I think I got it from here. I just have to dynamically import the correct modules and populate the steps attribute with the config file during construction. Nice trick. Thanks!

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