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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Careful, roles are not just glorified exporters, there is a lot more details that go into them. For instance, method conflict detection, which is different depending on if you are composing a role into a role or into a class. Otherwise, nice to see some more progress :)

    - Stevan

    • Hey, I need to take the same path as all the Perl Role/Trait modules :)
      • Yes, they all made the same mistakes cause they only attempted to replicate what was described in the basic overview paper on Traits. When I wrote Class::Trait, I read that paper as well as the "formal model" papers on the subject, and then re-read those same papers when writing Moose::Role.

        Having written several versions of a role system, it is tempting to try and keep it simple, but the reality is that it is not simple. I am only now happy with the current state of Moose roles, all other versions I h