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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I think you're blindly following a rule here. Sure you might not need it right now, but don't go and design yourself down a dead end. I like to have two lists of features; features we need right now, and features we are going to need soon. You don't want achive something in the first list at the expense of making something in the second very hard.

    Doing the simplest thing possible in a lot of cases is to just return a hash of data. I've found that if you return a blessed hash with proper methods (using Class::Accessor of course) it makes things more managable and you'll appreciate it later on.