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Perl module implementing a Meta Object Protocol (MOP)
 Class::MOP is an implementation of a Meta Object Protocol for the Perl object
 system. It does not change the behavior or characteristics of the classic Perl
 object system, but rather, establishes a protocol for its manipulation and
 introspection. It allows for the creation of a more complex object framework
 such as Moose (see libmoose-perl), which was inspired by Perl 6's modern
 object system.
 Contrary to popular belief, explicit MOP implementations do not always result
 in a performance penalty. In fact, by itself, library does nothing to affect
 your existing code base -- you only pay for the features you use.
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Changes: libclass-mop-perl (1.03-1~bpo50+1) lenny-backports; urgency=low
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  * Change source format to 1.0

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