On 30 September 2010 06:09, Moritz wrote:
> After lengthy IRC discussion, we concluded that it's a good idea to provide
> some form of introspection that doesn't bother about perceived privacy
> borders, provided that the implementation makes it feasible.
Wow, that's the first time I've ever been sorry not to be on IRC!
Talk about snatching (directly accessible) defeat from the jaws of
(encapsulated) victory. :-(
Could we at least specify that .get_value() and .set_value() can only
be called if the calling scope declares a C<use MONKEY_TYPING;>
so that violations of good OO practice are explicitly marked in a
consistent and easily searched-for manner?