It is good, very good.
What I would like is to see it in its own (dependencies free) package.
SQL::Abstract::Tree (which I do not use) brings a lot of unneeded stuff.
It will be great if one can install SQL::Abstract via cpan alone without SQL::Abstract::Tree.
Now it is possible to do so by just copying the Abstract.pm to your local lib directory, but this is not the "official approach".
I am building a Content Management Framework on top of it and update Mojolicious frequently. My code never broke after update - really :).
It is reliable even being actively developed.
Using it seems natural for me.
This module is the natural evolution of all the "Object System"
madness happening these days in the Perl Community!
Congratulations! Well done!
Really good. I use it extensively. For now only the TT syntax, but it opened my system for other syntaxes too.
I like it
This is something really needed. Thanks.
I use extensively YAML (the module and the file-format). At least I think so :).
I hope this set of documents will show me how far from efective usage is mine.
I also hope, when this well structured beginning is filled with content, to have the time to translate it in Bulgarian.
I was not able to try it yet since the Amason service happened to be payed. Please update your documentation.
I will write again if I succeed ;)
I think also that it will be better if you reduce the half of CPAN dependencies
It simply does not work.
regular expressions here are not enough :).
Alexa obfuscates the output by using spans with style display none.
Has someone written some clever hack?
Congratulation that you agreed with JSON::XS.
I just rewritten part of one of my apps to use JSON::XS instead of JSON.
Now I will just say use JSON; and it should work ?!
Hope more people on CPAN agree on something :).
Five (5) is for that you agreed. Otherwise any software can get better :).
Althouh it seems promising,
I will definitely need some examples to use it :(
Is it planned?
I dream for a tutorial!