Jon (>), Jonasthan (>>):
>> If we declared, for example:
>> role A::B {};
>> Then what should a reference to A be here? At the moment, Rakudo treats it
>> as a post-declared listop, however I suspect we should be doing something a
>> bit smarter? If so, what should the answer to ~A.WHAT be?
> I'd go with one of two possibilities:
> * Don't allow the declaration of A::B unless A has already been declared.
> [...]

Please don't go with this former alternative. In a project even of
moderate size like Druid, many packages of type A::B are declared
before the corresponding A package is, for perfectly legitimate

> * A should be treated as a post-declared package.

Whatever this means, it sounds preferable. :)

// Carl

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