The following test case benchmarks performance between Moops and the more established MooseX::Declare by defining equilavent classes using each.

The benchmarked code includes object construction and destruction, accessor calls, method calls and type constraint checks.

Typical results (run on a fairly underpowered netbook) are:

                Rate   MXD Moops
        MXD   8.82/s    --  -98%
        Moops  389/s 4307%    --

If MooseX::XSAccessor is available, Moops becomes yet faster:

                Rate   MXD Moops
        MXD   8.65/s    --  -98%
        Moops  449/s 5084%    --


Toby Inkster <tobyink@cpan.org>.


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