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Rory McKinley
Date:
January 24, 2019 16:04
Subject:
Re: Module naming advice, please.
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CAF_Czie9nTZHvmhtWw83NrZQHw48d760VsddXMx_y=MfewC65Q@mail.gmail.com
Thanks for all the suggestions! Given that the Perl module will, for now,
be more than just a web client (a portion of it will need to gather data by
parsing log files) I think I will go with App::Spoor - with the intent to
break off the part that has the webservice functionality into
Webservice::Spoor - I will hold off on Spoor:: until I am sure it is not
just hurbis talking :).

Thanks again!

On Wed, 23 Jan 2019 at 21:02, Doug Bell <doug@preaction.me> wrote:

> > On Jan 23, 2019, at 9:16 AM, Rory McKinley <rorymckinley@capefox.co>
> wrote:
> >
> > I am developing a hosted application called Spoor. I would like to build
> a Perl client module for this application that will (amongst other things)
> interact with the Spoor Api.
> >
> > My current inclination is to call the module Spoor::Client, but that
> will mean that I will be creating a new top-level name which I know is
> discouraged. Is there a suitable top-level name that I could host my client
> under, or would grabbing the Spoor name be ok under these circumstances?
>
> If it's a web service, I'd say use WWW:: or WebService::. If it's an OSI
> Layer 7 protocol like HTTP, I'd go with Net::. If all else fails,
> API::Spoor wouldn't be a terrible idea.
>
>
> Doug Bell
> doug@preaction.me
>


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