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Claims to be Tiny, but fails due to "use strict; use warnings;" that also make it not portable on anything older than perl 5.6.
Also, as a distribution using Module::Install, it is definitely not "tiny" and waste space on CPAN mirrors.
Re: â€œYour opinion on this module doesnâ€™t matter to me, so why bother writing it?â€
Writing a response is a weird way of expressing your lack of interest.
Re: â€œWhy are you wasting your time reviewing this module? Do you really have that much free time?â€
Why did you waste your time writing this module and putting it on CPAN? Do you really have that much free time?
Jonathan T. Rockway wrote: "my coworkers and I all had a good laugh afterwards".
Well done then.
I fail to see which criteria of ::Tiny this module fails to meet. Also, who died and left you in charge of a non-namespace anyway.
To the other posters: why are you wasting your time reviewing this module? Do you really have that much free time?
This module took me about 5 minutes to write and CPAN, and my coworkers and I all had a good laugh afterwards. That is the purpose this module serves.
Your opinion on this module doesn't matter to me, so why bother writing it? You're just wasting your time.
Trolls should at least be clever. This one isn't.
Excellent documentation (it does exactly what it claims) and responsive author (he accepted a patch I submitted via IRC, hopefully we'll see a 0.02 release soon!). But I don't quite understand the postmodern angst he's responding too, why not just use Moose::Tiny?
Manages to simultaneously be pointless, while not meeting the criteria for ::Tiny, and failing as a joke. Only succeeds in being a troll.
I assume this has been uploaded to troll Adam Kennedy after his low review of and ill humor about Moose-Tiny. This is a joke distribution, but it doesn't seem very funny. It's not even a clever bit of code. It's just a waste of space seemingly done for no good or entertaining reason.
useless garbage like this should go under the Acme namespace