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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Easy on the marketing-speak. "A popular OO library..." would be more accurate, and sound less like "the leader in enterprise Perl Object technology."

    • Heh, yes I may be overdoing the marketroid stuff... the blog I originally posted this to has a few FP readers and I like to stress Moose's theoretical basis pre-emptively. But yes, I could maybe tone that done a little ;-)
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      osfameron

      • I'm fine with the "based on" part. The problem is "Perl's modern OO implementation," which follows the standard press release format of "X, Y's generic-positive-adjective thing-people-want." To anyone familiar with press releases, this translates to "I can't think of something positive to say."