From: Martin Kutter <martin.kutter@fe...> - 2008-03-15 14:08:05
Some time ago, Paul has argued against moving the SOAP::Lite modules
into the SOAP::Lite namespace. After some sleep on the issue, there's
some point in it: Paul wrote a book about SOAP::Lite (and other
modules), and the book would become useless if we changed every name.
However, I think that using alien namespaces is one of the rather
misfortunate design choices in SOAP::Lite. I think we should move
everything we can, but leave the stuff documented in the book.
The list of modules from the book is here:
SOAP::Transport (and all below)
SOAP::Serializer - namespace clash with SOAP package
SOAP::Server (and below)
As you might have noted, theres one module in the list -
SOAP::Serializer - which causes a conflict with the SOAP distribution
(and effectively prevents using SOAP and SOAP::Lite in the same program
- the one loaded later breaks the other). I think this one should be
moved as well, but a dummy package adde in SOAP::Lite, which does
nothing else than loading SOAP::Lite::Serializer
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