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  Comment: I didn't find it but emacs and perltidy finds it (Score 1) on 2009.07.17 9:29

by grep on 2009.07.17 9:29 (#69514)
Attached to: Things I Wish Were Syntax Errors #213

I admit I didn't see it at first. So I copied the code into emacs. I have a habit of using perltidy in emacs to clean up my code, So I did that first. The problem jumped right out at me because of the indentation.

Then I tried just using cperl-mode indenting and it pointed the problem out to me also.

So does it really need to be a error/warning? or should we rely on our editor to find it.

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  Comment: Re: Is Moose a fad? (Score 1) on 2009.01.25 14:01

by grep on 2009.01.25 14:01 (#67009)
Attached to: Is Moose a fad?

Try it.

I think you will find that it's a lot of what you've been looking for in a Perl object system. Then realize that a lot of people will be thinking the same as you. That will answer your question.

If you feel it could/will work long term (which I do) then there is a good shot many other will also. If you don't like it then at least you know you don't like it and who cares if lots of others do.

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