Programming with Moose

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Moose is a distribution (set of modules), that constitute a new framework for Perl 5. It addresses many of the criticisms about Perl's object orientation (OO) implementation, and brings new light to crufty old perl syntax.

Moose was created by Stevan Little, the author of countless modules both useful and useless hosted on CPAN.[1]

Table of Contents[edit]

  1. Preface 75% developed
  2. Obtaining Moose 100% developed
  3. Ideology100% developed
  4. Problems solved 50% developed
    1. Accessors 75% developed
    2. Type-system 75% developed
    3. Scalar::Defer 75% developed
  5. Evolution of the Meese
  6. Roles and Plugins 25% developed
  7. Type system 0% developed
  8. Syntax Reference 75% developed

Difficulties Identified?[edit]

  1. Moose-w-Moose

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Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ You can find the unabridged list of modules Stevan maintains at search.cpan.org/~stevan. His PAUSE id is STEVAN.