The heir apparent to the CGI::Prototype namespace should support
Class::Prototype-styled objects.  Under the licensing terms of CGIP, you're
free to derive whatever you want and call it whatever you want, but please
reserve CGI::Prototype (or names close to it) for something that supports
prototype-inheritance objects.  I have customers that are making use of the
Class::Prototyped features that are not classical class-instance structures,
so any "replacement" of CGIP with something new must be carefully considered.

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