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Elvin Aslanov
August 18, 2021 17:48
Re: Is anyone else using Object::Pad? [was Re: Twigils]
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Good rebuke.

I think the distribution would benefit from being renamed to something like
Corinna::Prototype to be easily noticed and acknowledged by Perl users.

Thanks for all your work on Perl, Paul Evans.

18 avq 2021, Ç. 17:54 tarixində Paul "LeoNerd" Evans <>

> On Wed, 18 Aug 2021 14:30:39 +0100
> "Paul \"LeoNerd\" Evans" <> wrote:
> > Also, both of these points are made by reference to myself having
> > actually written large amounts of real actual code using Object::Pad.
> > [1].
> Furthermore on this note, I am getting somewhat frustrated in a lot of
> these Corinna design discussions, when it feels like everyone else
> involved is discussing from a purely hypothetical perspective without
> having written any real code.
> Object::Pad exists.
> It is an experimental test-ground for all of these Corinna-based ideas.
> I began writing it almost two years ago now, precisely for the reason
> of giving us a good experimental playground to try out these Corinna
> ideas for real in real code (i.e. not just a paper design exercise).
> I often get the impression that nobody else has even seen that it
> exists, let alone actually tried writing any real code using it.
> metacpan's reverse-depends seems to support this impression:
> At time of writing, there are only three distributions on that list not
> written by me. Of those, two of them are just benchmarking it and not
> using the code for real. The only other one is written/released by
> a $work client of mine - admittedly they're writing a lot more of
> that one than I am on it.
> But overall this doesn't give me the impression that almost anyone else
> is actually trying to use these things for real.
> If folks are going to get involved in debating the design of Corinna,
> can you at the very least be familiar with what already exists and is
> actually implemented (thus avoiding any comments on "oh that might be
> hard to implement" and the like), and ideally, get a feel for what it
> is like to actually use the system in practice.
> --
> Paul "LeoNerd" Evans
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