Planet Moose – August 2013

Welcome to the first edition of Planet Moose, a brief write up on what’s been happening in the world of Moose this month, for the benefit of those of you who don’t have their eyes permanently glued to the…

Introducing Moops

Moops is sugar for writing object-oriented Perl. It provides similar syntax to MooseX::Declare and Stevan Little's p5-mop-redux. It's some glue between Moo, Type::Tiny, Function::Parameters and Try::Tiny, but for those occasions when you want the backing of a meta object…

Who’s relying on that CPAN release?

Sometimes it’s useful to know who exactly is relying on your CPAN distribution – for example, if you’re planning an incompatible API change for a module, and wish to contact people using it to give them advance notice. MetaCPAN…

Data::Dumper::GUI

Everyone knows all that command-line stuff is for weirdo geeks, right? 😉 So let’s bring Data::Dumper kicking and screaming into the 21st century and give it a pretty GUI! Introducing Data::Dumper::GUI; a GUI for Data::Dumper. It allows you to view…

Introducing Type::Tiny

Type::Tiny is a tiny (no non-core dependencies) framework for building type constraints. OK, probably not that exciting. How can I grab your attention? Rate WithMoose WithMooseAndTypeTiny WithMoose 8071/s — -25% WithMooseAndTypeTiny 10778/s 34% — The benchmark script is shown…