PerlX::Define is a yet another module for defining constants.
Differences from constant.pm:
* Cute syntax.
Like constant.pm, constants get defined at compile time,
not run time.
* Requires Perl 5.12 or above.
If you're lucky enough to be able to free yourself
from the shackles of supporting decade-old versions of Perl,
PerlX::Define is your friend.
* Only supports scalar constants.
List constants are rarely useful.
Your constant can of course be a reference to an array or hash,
but this module doesn't attempt
to make the referred-to structure read only.
* Doesn't try to handle some of the things constant.pm does
like declaring constants using fully-qualified names,
or defining constants pointing at magic scalars.
Prior to version 0.100, PerlX::Define was bundled with Moops.
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