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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • With respect to DBIx::Dictionary, the concept of phrasebooks as introduced by this article: The Phrasebook Design Pattern [perl.com], the Class::Phrasebook [cpan.org], and the newer (and more actively maintained) Data::Phrasebook [cpan.org] can be a wealthy source of layout for the set of named queries.
    • The point in DBIx::Dictionary is have a real DBI subclass that support the phrasebook design pattern, and make it can even be subclassed by other DBIx::* classes like DBIx::Simple.

      I wanted to write it with the same thinking I had in mind when wrote DBIx::Placeholder::Named, which was inspired by yours Tao::DBI: small and straight to the point.

      Hope this clarifies the idea behind those modules :-)
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      Igor Sutton