Give your module classic AND OO interfaces
DescriptionClass::OOorNO helps your module handle the input for its subroutines whether called in object-oriented style (as object methods or class methods with the arrow syntax "->"), or in functional programming style (as subroutines imported to the caller's namespace via Exporter). The bulk of this module comprises a lightweight, pure-Perl emulation of the Devel::Caller library's "called_as_method()" routine which is written in C. Devel::Caller dives deep into the internals of the Perl interpreter (see perlguts) to trace stack frames and can get the input for any call in the stack. It's really handy for Devel::opment and debugging. This module is much more lightweight and focuses more on your module's Class:: methods themselves.
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