doom at kzsu.stanford.edu
Mon Apr 5 16:50:25 PDT 2010
Dana Diederich <diederich at gmail.com> wrote:
> That leads to another interesting line; what kind of 'boiler-plate'
> use statements do y'all use in most of your programs? This is what I
> always use:
> use common::sense;
> use Moose::Autobox;
Nothing particularly fancy, in my case. The templates I've been using
are up here:
Scripts look something like this:
use File::Path qw( mkpath );
use File::Basename qw( fileparse basename dirname );
use File::Copy qw( copy move );
use Fatal qw( open close mkpath copy move );
use Cwd qw( cwd abs_path );
use Env qw(HOME);
use Getopt::Long qw(:config no_ignore_case bundling);
Objected-oriented modules look something like this:
use base qw( Class::Base );
use Hash::Util qw( lock_keys unlock_keys );
I have to say, I can feel the pressure on me to become a Moose-head,
much as I like simple, old-fashioned solutions like Class::Base (plus
a custom AUTOLOAD).
And it might be time to bump-up my minimum perl version a little
higher than 5.6.
But then, I've only recently come around to using Getopt::Long...
It's an okay module, it's just that the defaults are wrong.
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