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The module is named DBIx::Class, and the distribution files and repos are named DBIx-Class, both of which look like two words to Google, so by all rights the tag standards say we should rename. dbix-class currently has no questions on SO, simply because everyone has been good about using the tag that already exists. dbixclass has 45 questions, which I think is enough to make a mass retag appropriate.

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I agree.

I tried to add a proposed tag synonym here, but it failed because [dbixclass] is used more than [dbix-class]. I support the hyphenated form of class names as the canonical form of the respective tag.

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