[sf-perl] Real perl

David Fetter david at fetter.org
Tue Apr 10 15:11:26 PDT 2012

"green" == "green field" i.e. fresh and new.  The opposite of "green
code" in this instance is "legacy code."

On Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 12:07:05AM +0200, Kevin Frost wrote:
> Oops, apologies, I meant to reply to the list but replied just to Randal:
> What exactly is "green code" and why is it better with Moose?
>  my $green_code = 0x00ff00;
> I'm not anti-Moose, except maybe for the name, but I'm pretty sure not everything needs it.  There being, well, more than one way to do it.
> cheers
> -- frosty
> On Apr 10, 2012, at 11:00 PM, Randal L. Schwartz wrote:
> > Seriously, if you're launching green code and not using Moose, you have
> > some weird nostalgia in you that prevents you from being a useful coder
> > for me or my clients.

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