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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • It appears that the CPAN Ratings is having issues, so here goes....

    Wouldn't it have been slightly better to have made Test::User with Test::User::Unix, Test::User::Win32, etc child classes...sorta like File::Spec?

    As it stands now, we would have to make a Test::Win32::User, which would turned out slightly dirty namespace wise for all of the possibilities...

    Just a thought...

  • Wouldn't it have been slightly better to have made Test::User with Test::User::Unix, Test::User::Win32, etc child classes...sorta like File::Spec?

    Six of one, half a dozen of the other I guess. Working out which order to put the 2nd and 3rd level namespaces in Perl modules is always a bit subjective. FWIW, I did get feedback from the perl-qa mailing list which suggested that Test::Unix::User/Group was appropriate.