On 1/31/06, Reini Urban <email@example.com> wrote: > 2006/1/31, demerphq <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > > IMO we should be bundling some of the base modules from the libwin > > distro in core. Win32API::File being one of them, along with > > Win32API::Registry and Win32::TieRegistry, Win32::IPC, Win32::EventLog > > (the latter becuae we bundle *NIX specific counterparts so why should > > Win32 be left out?) > > Ok for all (esp. Win32API:: and IPC). > But not Win32::TieRegistry please! > This is very high-level and pollutes the namespace with a magic global. Only if you dont tell it to do otherwise. See the TiedRef parameter. And personally I think high-level in this area is a good idea. Are you really going to say that youd prefer to use Win32API::Registry instead of Win32::TieRegistry (which is as you said a wrapper around Win32API::Registry) Cheers, yves -- perl -Mre=debug -e "/just|another|perl|hacker/"