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Actually I started wiriting one MooseX::Embody::JSON and MooseX::Embody::JSON::Role

This allows me to do things exactly I would expect it:

package WebService::DreamWidth::Entry; use Moose; use MooseX::Embody::JSON; use WebService::DreamWidth::Icon; use WebService::DreamWidth::Poster; # this one is not part of Embody::Json yet has "tags" => (is=>'ro', isa => 'ArrayRef[Str]'); j_obj "icon" =>(class => "WebService::DreamWidth::Icon", is =>'ro'); j_obj "poster" =>(class => "WebService::DreamWidth::Poster", is =>'ro' +); j_attr "security" => (is => 'ro'); j_attr "body_html"=> (is => 'ro'); j_attr "subject_raw"=> (is => 'ro'); j_attr "subject_html"=> (is => 'ro'); j_attr "allowmask"=> (is => 'ro'); j_attr "body_raw"=> (is => 'ro'); j_attr "icon_keyword"=> (is => 'ro'); j_attr "entry_id"=> (is => 'ro'); j_attr "datetime"=> (is => 'ro'); j_attr "url" => (is => 'ro');

This is early prototype, I need to play with it a lot, before releasing in even as beta, and some internals may be needs changing a log, but is is exactly the thing I think is needed for creating JSON-based REST clients.

And yes, comments and suggestion are appreciated.

In reply to Re: Framework for making Moose-compatible object from json by nataraj
in thread Framework for making Moose-compatible object from json by nataraj

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