The Moose Slippery - February PR Challenge
Cross-posted from null.perl-hackers.net
This February my Pull Request assignment on the CPAN Pull Request Challenge was Ovid's Module, MooseX::Role::Strict. For me this was a big problem. First because it is about Moose (which I do not use) and then because it is about the Meta-Moose, the way Moose itself behaves.
The idea of the module is to allow Role users to import a role that defines a method that is already defined in the current package/object in a strict fashion. If the user declares that method will be overridden, it will work, if it doesn't, then an exception will be raised.
It was great to notice Ovid maintains a TODO list. It is not very clear what each item means, but I tried to ask him and understand. And as far as I could find, the first item of the TODO list seemed easy to implement. In fact, too easy. This Pull Request, as far as I can tell, could do the trick. But I lack knowledge on creating a test case.
So, in order to close this month's assignment, I am asking for comments, suggestions and any kind of constructive help on testing and fixing this pull request.