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It's annoying the way inheriting traits in doesn't confer parentage.

Like... if trait B uses trait A which has function X() which is re-implemented in B, B can't call parent::X(); you have to alias it in the use statement and call the alias... or else split off the functionality you want them both to have in common into a separate function, and call that from each version of X().

(The latter technique is kind of good, in a way, since it forces you to be more descriptive and compartmental in your functions... but then why not make class inheritance work the same way?)

(albeit minor)

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