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I'll start by saying that I expect Moose to be ubiquitous. If it's not now, it will be.
Moose has a huge loading time that makes it unsuitable for many tasks. On my (somewhat old) computer...
$ time perl -e 'package foo; use Moose' real 0m1.052s user 0m0.880s sys 0m0.044s $ time perl -e 'package foo' real 0m0.008s user 0m0.000s sys 0m0.008s
I see no problem using Moose inside big long lived applications or frameworks like Catalyst and alike. But using it in a generic CPAN module unnecessarily limits where that module can be used.


$ time perl -e 'package foo; use Params::Validate' real 0m0.066s user 0m0.028s sys 0m0.008s

In reply to Re^3: RFC: Array::GroupBy (Moose) by salva
in thread RFC: Array::GroupBy by kyle

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