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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I'd much prefer to be able to make "bar" after "no X 'bar'" be an exception rather than a no-op.

    I'd also love to see a Sub::Exporter extension (this could be a kind of 'installer').

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    rjbs
    • I'd much prefer to be able to make "bar" after "no X 'bar'" be an exception rather than a no-op.

      That had crossed my mind as well. In this initial release, I went ahead and let the module quietly ignore the call. I intend to make exceptions an option (or the default behavior - I'm not sure yet).

      I'd also love to see a Sub::Exporter extension (this could be a kind of 'installer').

      I'll look at that. Thanks for the suggestion.

  • Will not work due to the same problem with sub attributes as in Exporter::Simple.
    Reported it here: https://rt.cpan.org/Ticket/Display.html?id=48824 [cpan.org]