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  • Before Moose, Perl6 was the great hope to fix a lot of the ugliness with Perl's OO. Perl 6 was like Perl 5 but more. However with all the community effort going into Moose and related MooseX stuff, I'm concerned that a lot of the great ideas in Perl6 are going to always remain too fair behind. It's starting to seem like Perl6 is like Perl5 but different. I wonder if there's some way to increase the communication between the Moose group and the people doing OO Perl6 stuff. There's a lot of little things like the one you have described that just might not be something you realize you need until you are actually building production code.
    Waiting on the Road to Eventually, I lost my Place On Line
    • Perl 5 is pluggable, and Moose is a great "external" improvement.

      Perl 6 is (in the realm of object orientation without question) even better and more pluggable than Perl 5, and you wonder that the default isn't is as good isn't as good as Perl 5 with a bunch of the best modules available?

      I think thats an understandable position, but don't forget that Perl 6 leaves room for improvement. It shouldn't be all that hard to write a module that allows additional syntax like

      class Foo does SomeRole :except<metho