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It’s been almost 17 months, and over 160 releases to get there, but Type-Tiny 1.000000 has been released on CPAN Day 2014.
Type-Tiny is a framework for type constraints and coercions. It can be used for
isa checks in Moose, Mouse, and Moo attributes, function parameter checking, and so on. It’s already used by over a hundred CPAN distributions.
Over the next few days I’ll be posting some tips and tricks explaining some Type-Tiny features that you may find useful.