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MooseX::SetOnce - write-once, read-many attributes for Moose 1 ++

The 'SetOnce' attribute lets your class have attributes that are not lazy and not set, but that cannot be altered once set. The logic is very simple: if you try to alter the value of an attribute with the SetOnce trait, either by accessor or writer, ...

RJBS/MooseX-SetOnce-0.200002 - 05 Oct 2013 13:12:24 GMT - Search in distribution

MooX::SetOnce - write-once attributes for Moose 1 ++

MooX::SetOnce creates attributes that are not lazy and not set, but that cannot be altered once set. The logic is very simple: if you try to alter the value of an attribute with the SetOnce trait, either by accessor or writer, and the attribute has a...

HAARG/MooX-SetOnce-0.001000 - 05 May 2013 13:25:21 GMT - Search in distribution

Fixed - a readonly variable that you can assign to ++

"Fixed" is a little like Readonly; the main difference is that you can assign to fixed variables. What?! Then how are they fixed? Because you can only assign to them once! use 5.012; use strict; use warnings; use Fixed; fix $x; # declared but not ini...

TOBYINK/Fixed-0.001 - 25 Jan 2013 22:41:03 GMT - Search in distribution

MooseX::XSAccessor - use Class::XSAccessor to speed up Moose accessors 1 ++

This module accelerates Moose-generated accessor, reader, writer and predicate methods using Class::XSAccessor. You get a speed-up for no extra effort. It is automatically applied to every attribute in the class. The use of the following features of ...

TOBYINK/MooseX-XSAccessor-0.007 - 30 Oct 2013 14:44:34 GMT - Search in distribution





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