Have at it

Aaron Trevena aaron.trevena at gmail.com
Mon Jan 26 17:26:57 GMT 2009

2009/1/26 Denny <london.pm at metamathics.org>:
> Personally, I assumed he was referring to the strong 'use Moose' push
> which EPO seems to be on - would it be safe to say that Moose is a
> modern approach to OO?  I've not used it personally, and am looking
> forward to the tech meet around the subject.

I think MOP (meta object protocol) is a modern approach to OO, it's
found in Perl 6, Badger, Mouse (and mouse? ferret ? I lose track..)

Moose is the biggest, most used and most complete implementation, but
badger looks pretty good and (according to the slides) delivers the
80% you're likely to actually use.


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