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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • The reason I prefer my syntax to your dependency based on is that mine is easier to write and maintain, or so I find.

    Of course, I completely acknowledge that it is intended for simple situations where the order is easily knowable.

    • Actually, my framework supports this specific type of tests and it looks very similar to the way you do it:

      use MooseX::POE;
      with 'POE::Test::Simple'; # again, working title
      event 'next' => sub {
          $_[OBJECT]->order( 2, 'Running next' );
      };

      Only difference is mine is a Moose role that adds the order as a method of the session object. I started by implementing your method as a role and then noticed I need more options so I added more bells and whistles (which I'm now writing about).

      However, I'm