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libmoose-perl

modern Perl object system framework

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Moose, it's the new Camel. Moose is an extension of the existing Perl 5 object system, inspired by the object model available in Perl 6.

Because Moose is built on top of Class::MOP (libclass-mop-perl), it is easier to build normal Perl objects, while also providing the power of metaclass programming. It is designed to provide as much convenience during definition and construction of classes as possible, but can still stay out of your way.

Moose also conveniently manages all attributes (including inherited ones) that are defined, but also provides facilities for properly initializing instance slots, setting defaults where appropriate and performing any necessary type constraint checking or coercion.

More details about the structure of Moose as well as its features can be found in the ever-expanding Moose::Cookbook document.

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Package version:1.09-2
Architecture:i386
Distribution:Debian
Filename:libmoose-perl_1.09-2_i386.deb

/usr/share/doc/libmoose-perl/NEWS.Debian.gz

libmoose-perl (1.05-1) unstable; urgency=low

  In this version, some major API changes may affect behaviour of
  your software:

  * Packages and modules no longer have methods; this functionality
    was moved back up into Moose::Meta::Class and Moose::Meta::Role
    individually (via the Class::MOP::Mixin::HasMethods mixin)
  * BUILDALL is now called by Moose::Meta::Class::new_object, rather
  
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/usr/share/man/man3/Moose::Manual::FAQ.3pm.gz

Moose::Manual::FAUsermContributed Perl DocumeMoose::Manual::FAQ(3pm)



NAME
       Moose::Manual::FAQ - Frequently asked questions about Moose

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
   Module Stability
       Is Moose "production ready"?

       Yes! Many sites with household names are using Moose to build
       high-traffic services. Countless others are using Moose in
       production.

       As of thi
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/usr/lib/perl5/Moose/Manual/FAQ.pod

=pod

=head1 NAME

Moose::Manual::FAQ - Frequently asked questions about Moose

=head1 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

=head2 Module Stability

=head3 Is Moose "production ready"?

Yes! Many sites with household names are using Moose to build
high-traffic services. Countless others are using Moose in production.

As of this writing, Moose is a dependency of several hundred CPAN
modules. L<http://cpan
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/usr/share/man/man3/Moose.3pm.gz

Moose(3pm)       User Contributed Perl Documentation      Moose(3pm)



NAME
       Moose - A postmo
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/usr/share/man/man3/Moose::Cookbook.3pm.gz

Moose::Cookbook(3User Contributed Perl DocumentaMoose::Cookbook(3pm)



NAME
       Moose::Cookbook 
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/usr/share/man/man3/Moose::Cookbook::Basics::Recipe1.3pm.gz

Moose::Cookbook::UsercContributMoose::Cookbook::Basics::Recipe1(3pm)



NAME
       Moose::Cookbook:
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/usr/share/man/man3/Moose::Cookbook::Basics::Recipe10.3pm.gz

Moose::Cookbook::UsercContribuMoose::Cookbook::Basics::Recipe10(3pm)



NAME
       Moose::Cookbook:
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Moose::Cookbook::UsercContribuMoose::Cookbook::Basics::Recipe11(3pm)



NAME
       Moose::Cookbook:
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