I want something that verifies incoming parameters (usually a hash ref, so sub-keys) are correct, and also is designed in such a way that a short blurb can be added for viewing/extracting that describes the inputs.
It seems an obvious conjoining, if you are verifying inputs why not also document them, or vice versa. I may end up using something like Smart::Comments/Getopt::Euclid as a starting point for something of my own.
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