[Dbix-class] where does Main come from?

Hailin Hu i at h2l.name
Wed Sep 4 04:46:34 GMT 2013

It seems that you already knew Main is the level representing Schema,
so what's the problem?
Maybe you prefer MyApp::Schema::ResultSet::*, but it is just a name,
isn't it? You can change it as you like.


On Mon, Sep 2, 2013 at 11:39 PM, Dave Howorth
<dhoworth at mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk> wrote:
> I'm just looking at DBIx::Class::Manual::Example
> It starts out by setting up a database and then goes on to 'Set up
> DBIx::Class::Schema' and all of a sudden it is creating a subdirectory
> called Main.
> Why? Where did that come from? It's supposed to be a simple example, so
> presumably there's a pretty important reason why this directory appears
> out of nowhere.
> Why is there no explanation of why we need that extra level of
> directory? Why is it called Main instead of Schema?
> Cheers, Dave
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