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People arriving from other programming languages or from using Moose
might be expecting to find a system for types checking, but Moo
being the Minimal Object Orientation system of Perl, does
not provide any type-checking.
However you can easily add type checking of your own. Let's see how.
Type checking with Moo
Let's see how Build.PL looks like.
You'd normally use Build.PL if you wanted to use Module::Build.
The reason might be that you would like to have everything in Perl without depending on an external make command.
You probbaly don't have any non-perl dependencies either.
Build.PL of Module::Build