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Id: 99362
Status: rejected
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Requestors: NNUTTER [...] cpan.org
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Subject: Moose::Manual example does not follow Moose::Manual::BestPractices
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The Moose::Manual ends a package/class with 'no Moose;' but the Moose::Manual::BestPractices recommends using 'use namespace::autoclean;' instead of 'no Moose;'.
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On Tue Oct 07 16:54:23 2014, NNUTTER wrote: Show quoted text
> The Moose::Manual ends a package/class with 'no Moose;' but the > Moose::Manual::BestPractices recommends using 'use > namespace::autoclean;' instead of 'no Moose;'.
Heh, this is a good point, but I'm not sure using modules that don't ship with Moose itself in the core manual docs is a good idea.
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On Tue Oct 07 16:55:16 2014, DROLSKY wrote: Show quoted text
> On Tue Oct 07 16:54:23 2014, NNUTTER wrote:
> > The Moose::Manual ends a package/class with 'no Moose;' but the > > Moose::Manual::BestPractices recommends using 'use > > namespace::autoclean;' instead of 'no Moose;'.
> > Heh, this is a good point, but I'm not sure using modules that don't > ship with Moose itself in the core manual docs is a good idea.
Yeah, I realized after I submitted that namespace::autoclean wasn't a dependency.
Rejecting my own ticket since it doesn't make sense for Moose docs to have implicit dependencies.


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