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  • You might also want to take a look at Moose::Autobox. It has a different goal from autobox::Core, which is to be more like the proposed core types and methods for Perl 6 (mostly found in Syn 29). And as far as your ruby-friend is concerned, you might want to show him Moose itself, he might not miss ruby as much.

    - Stevan
  • It seems like this would be less difficult if he didn't use Class::Std. A normal hash-based object makes it look simpler to me anyway:

    push @{ $self->{'files'} }, @more_files;
    • Throwing in an extra arrow makes it look simpler? Strange definition of simpler. :-)

      I like to preface my inside-out object methods with “my $this = ident my $self = shift;”, btw, which makes that code into this:

      push @{ $test_files{ $this } } , @failure_files;

      Of course Hash::Util::FieldHash []’s idhash function will make that separate $this unnecessary in 5.10 and you’ll be able to just write this:

      push @{ $test_files{ $self } } , @failure_files;

      The real problem persists thro