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Dagfinn Ilmari Mannsåker
July 1, 2022 09:37
Re: 'class' feature has begun / initial tidying PRs
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Ovid <> writes:

> On Thu, Jun 30, 2022 at 8:08 PM Paul "LeoNerd" Evans <>
> wrote:
>> I've just started the implementation of `use feature 'class'`. I
>> thought I'd let people know this, and also draw attention to some
>> tidying-up PRs I've created in the process.
>> The main body of work is sitting on my tree at
>> (though I often rebase + force-push it so I don't really suggest anyone
>> else keeps a long-lived checkout from it)
>> Of particular note is the set of unit tests for the class system that
>> I've added in the `t/class/` directory. Those being plain Perl should
>> be readable to anyone, and give an overview of where we're aiming, as
>> well as what state we're currently in. There's not a lot there yet but
>> I hope to expand on it in the coming weeks.
> This is fantastic news, Paul! Thanks :)
> Given that forking off of that isn't workable,

Why not?  Github allows forks of forks, or you can just add Paul's fork
as a remote to your local checkout, if you already your own fork of

Just make sure you `git pull --rebase` (or `git config
branch.<name>.rebase true` to make it automatic), so your local changes
get rebased on top of the remote changes, rather than creating messy
history full of merge commits.

- ilmari

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