I have nothing against the content itself, but I find that such a huge, monolithic document is hard to use and slow to render. If it was published in CPAN as a module, presumably it's because it should be usable within perldoc. Imagine if the whole camel book were published as a single POD file! (Well, I guess some people would prefer it that way...)
This documentation module is by far the best resource describing the implementation of common OOP designpatterns with perl.
The author released this module as a collection of his great wiki at www.perldesignpatterns.com/ which I can also recommend to every OOP interested perl programmer.
Thank you very much Scott and keep up the good work!
This is an unusual module, since as far as I can tell
it is really a book written in pod that uses CPAN as
As a book, I like it. By including antipatterns,
the normal difficulties of presenting design
patterns are overcome, making for an excellent read.
The real-world perl refactoring examples are helpful.
As someone who has written both good and bad objects,
and wondered what went right or wrong,
the analysis here is insightful.
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