If you have so many accessible properties that you need to generate accessors for them, you may need to re-think your design. Accessors are a code smell.
But assuming you have good reason to have so many accessors, I'm sorry to say I don't have a satisfactory answer to your question. I would go with Class::Accessor::Lvalue because I think that something that behaves like a variable (being settable and gettable) should have an interface like a variable. It is also very clear about when you're setting and when you're getting. If you then use Class::Accessor for the read-only accessors, everything is taken care of.
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