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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Yes, it is really important that a programmer can see clearly when a trait method is being overridden - just as it is important that it is clear when an inherited method is being overridden.

    I agree with Dr. Black on this point, but this is just language theory and not implementation details. It can be argued that reading the source provides this feature. Dr. Black goes on to say ...

    Similarly, I agree that if the normal Perl environment does not provide good programming tools, then the implementation

    • Oh, and as for "Here we go again", I'm not asking for or expecting any changes to Moose in this regard. I only raise this issue because there seemed to be some confusion on the part of some (perhaps myself) about why the behavior is the way that it is.