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  • I have a little module that does exactly that for a little while now and didn't think anyone else was that crazy :)

    I played the game even a bit more in the last weeks:

        sub foo :Method( Int $foo, Object $bar! ) {
                print class, ': ', args->foo;

    Called via:

        $object->foo( foo => 23, bar => $bar_obj );

    "args" returns just a container object, that uses autoload t
    Ordinary morality is for ordinary people. -- Aleister Crowley
    • "args" returns just a container object, that uses autoload to simulate accessors. That's just to capture typos. It's mostly following the Perl 6 signature idea (at least the current one).

      Hmmm, it may pair nicely with Moose []: although the latter claims not to be a Perl 6 implementation in Perl 5, it is admittedly heavily inspired by Perl 6 itself, and to some extent imports Perl 6 semantics, with special emphasis on OO features, in Perl 5. Also, it seems that unlike e.g. v6 [], it is much less experimental and much more production ready. Whatever, I seem to understand that there are potentially several projects you may want to attach or contribute to.

      -- # This prints: Just another Perl hacker, seek DATA,15,0 and print q... ; __END__