package Your::Point;

use Badger::Class
    version     => 2.718,
    debug       => 0,
    base        => 'Badger::Base',
    config      => 'x! y!',
    get_methods => 'x y',
    init_method => 'configure',
    throws      => 'point',
    messages    => {
        missing => 'No value specified for %s',
Thus Spake Andy:

And this is what it looks like with a bit of Badger::Class magic. We've already seen what version does. The debug option is a hook into Badger::Debug's default option, so we get $DEBUG and DEBUG defined as discussed earlier. The base option declares a base class of Badger::Base. config hooks into the Badger::Class::Config helper module which generates a configure() method which copies the x and y parameters into $self, throwing an error if they're not defined (the ! suffix). The next two options are delegated to Badger::Class::Methods which generates methods. get_methods generates simple accessors. init_method generates an init() method, which in this case is forwarded onto the configure() method that we just generated. throws and messages define the $THROWS and $MESSAGES package variables respectively. We've already seen what they do.