19 April 2009
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github just released its V2 API version days ago, I spent some hours to update the Net::GitHub.

it's really not a fun to both support V1 and V2 on the same time, I mean some code like follows:
use Net::GitHub;
my $g2 = Net::GitHub->new( version => 2 ); # use Net::GitHub::V2
my $g2 = Net::GitHub->new( version => 1 ); # use Net::GitHub::V1

after a nice sleep, I come out a solution like:
package Net::GitHub;

use Moose;

our $VERSION = '0.06';
our $AUTHORITY = 'cpan:FAYLAND';

sub new {
my $class = shift;
my $params = $class->BUILDARGS(@_);

my $obj;
if ( $params->{version} == 1 ) {
require Net::GitHub::V1;
$obj = Net::GitHub::V1->new($params);
} else {
require Net::GitHub::V2;
$obj = Net::GitHub::V2->new($params);

return $class->meta->new_object(
__INSTANCE__ => $obj,

no Moose;


maybe there is a better way, but it works at least for now.

Thanks and enjoy.

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