There is a problem described for roles, where an attribute defined by one role 
is used in another.  The workaround given is to have the parent define a stub 
method with "sub METHOD {}"

This doesn't work for MooseX::Role::Parameterized roles.  In this case, even

with the stub declred, there is still the error:  Attribute (ATTR) of class 
CLASS has no associated methods (did you mean to provide an "is" argument?)

I presume that this is related to the requirement in parameterized roles that 
method cannot be declare as sub's but must be declared using the "method" 

Is there a way to declare a stub  method for parameterized roles?

John Macdonald
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