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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • You developed this because you didn't want to install TT2? That doesn't make any sense.
    • I thought that saying "I needed something that I could carry very easily anywhere Perl 5.8 was present" would make the point clear. The module can be embedded within a script (that's the "easily" part) without needing anything more than the script itself and Perl 5.8. I'm not supposed to mess with the Perl installation on the server, and I definitively remember that installing TT2 involved carrying a lot of other stuff as well. I admit my lazyness in not checking if any of these modules are XS or not :)
      • They have XS parts, but if memory serves, the XS is all optional. The XS part of Template Toolkit itself definitely is.

      • You should be able to just copy the lib files from the TT2 distribution and use them. Any pure perl module can be bundled into your own code.