|Subject:||Want to change what accessors to return $self on set|
Test::Builder2 wants to work like this: my $result = $Builder->ok(1 + 1, "Simple addition") ->todo("Oh god, everything is so broken!"); Which is shorthand for this: my $result = $Builder->ok(1 + 1, "Simple addition"); $result->todo("Oh god, everything is so broken"); This means the todo() accessor, when setting, has to return back $self, not the new value. There doesn't appear to be any way to do this in Mouse, so I had to stop using it for Test::Builder2::Result and that sucked.I normally don't like this style, but it solves a bunch of design problems in this case. I know plenty of others do like this style. It sucks that using or not using Mouse hinges on that decision. Can there be a flag to has() or something to change the return style of accessors? Or is there another elegant work around?