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  • This "feature" is simply an artifact of how Moose must build classes (incrementally as each "keyword" is executed). There is also nothing (but common sense) to stop you from doing:

    package Foo;
    use Moose;
    extends 'Bar';
    extends 'Baz';

    Of course this behavior might be suprising to users who are used to having things pushed onto @ISA instead of @ISA being replaced.

    While I would not recommend multiple with statements in general, it is handy sometimes (as you pointed out in your post), so in the spirit

    • I also am not sure that I would advocate removing this feature. I've not found a use case for it, though, and there are huge potential downsides. That being said, I'm loathe to change the interface of working, widely used software, so I agree with your conservative approach :)