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OK, so forget uplevel and just reimplement what base actually does. It's a pity base.pm didn't do it right from the start. If you're going to act like "use" then you should do it properly.

As for a just a few characters, I really have a problem with that. I don't mind a few characters extra for some things but this is perfect case of when I do mind because the few characters are a repetition of information (not just, say, some extra syntax).

That means that if I need to change the base class, I need to remember to change both occurrences. This breaks the rule of having 1 source for every piece of information and leads to subtle errors. In this case it's fairly easy to keep them in sync as they're beside each other but in another way that makes it even worse because it would be so easy to fix.


In reply to Re^3: use base 'XYZ' and exporting by fergal
in thread use base 'XYZ' and exporting by japhy

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