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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • A little annoyed that they are taking some liberties with the ::Tiny suffix...

    I seem to recall that it wasn't the ::Tiny suffix that really annoyed people earlier this year (but they seem to mind less now that the documentation of said module explains what exactly it doesn't).

    • Indeed, pretty much every ::Tiny module has initially annoyed people that care a lot about doing some particular job the correct way.

      XML people generally don't like XML::Tiny, Ingy doesn't like YAML::Tiny and so on.

      Actually, I'm not a huge fan of XML::Tiny either and wouldn't use it myself, but I still think it is necessary and understand why it should exist.

      I can see why Moose people might not like Object::Tiny :)