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Perl implementation of the "Adapter" Design Pattern
The Class::Adapter class is intended as an abstract base class for creating
any sort of class or object that follows the Adapter pattern.
The term Adapter refers to a "Design Pattern" of the same name, from the
famous "Gang of Four" book "Design Patterns". Although their original
implementation was designed for Java and similar single-inheritance
strictly-typed langauge, the situation for which it applies is still valid.
An Adapter in this Perl sense of the term is when a class is created to
achieve by composition (objects containing other object) something that can't
be achieved by inheritance (sub-classing).
This is similar to the Decorator pattern, but is intended to be applied on a
class-by-class basis, as opposed to being able to be applied one object at a
time, as is the case with the Decorator pattern.

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File libclass-adapter-perl_1.07-1_all.deb21.25 KB05/08/2013 - 13:40

libclass-adapter-perl (1.07-1) unstable; urgency=low

[ Ansgar Burchardt ]
* New upstream release.
* debian/copyright: Update years of copyright.
* debian/control: Remove build-dependencies for tests moved to xt/.
* Use source format 3.0 (quilt).
* Update debian/copyright to current DEP-5 proposal.
* Fix spelling error in documentation.
+ new patch: spelling.patch
* Bump Standards-Version to 3.8.4 (no changes).

[ gregor herrmann ]
* debian/rules: remove AUTOMATED_TESTING, not used by tests anymore.