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- Distribution: Any-Moose
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Deprecated.The maintainer of this distribution has indicated that it is deprecated and no longer suitable for use.
Any::Moose - (DEPRECATED) use Moo instead!
Please use Moo instead of Any::Moose for new code.
Moo classes and roles will transparently and correctly upgrade to Moose when needed. This is a fundamentally better design than what Any::Moose offers. Mouse metaclasses do not interact with Moose metaclasses which leaks abstractions all over the place.
Any::Moose had a good run. It was a simplistic but expedient answer for getting Moose syntax on the cheap but with the transparent upgrade path to Moose when you needed it. But really, please don't use it any more. :)
You may find MooX::late useful for porting your code from Any::Moose to Moo.
For the sparse documentation Any::Moose used to include, see https://metacpan.org/module/SARTAK/Any-Moose-0.18/lib/Any/Moose.pm
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