On Sat, Aug 18, 2012 at 10:43 PM, Ian Docherty <catal...@iandocherty.com>wrote:

> It's 'normal' not to create Catalyst specific models, but to create
> your model outside of Catalyst (so you can use it in things like cron
> jobs for example) in which case you just use a thin adaptor class. See
> Catalyst::Model::Adaptor
> If you do it that way you don't need to publish a cpan module at all.
> - icydee
Was that for me or Gianni?

I wasn't aware of  Catalyst::Model::Adaptor, seems like a useful module.
What is the general take on modules such as
Catalyst::Model::WebService::Solr if it's 'normal' to use C::M::Adaptor?
Isn't that pretty much the same as I was suggesting for RabbitMQ? Is it
thought of as depricated?

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