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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • According to the Mason list, some people still use CM even though you are right about its maintenance level. THe feeling I got from the Mason list is that CM is a much less complex program and preferable for some because it is easier to hack into and personalize.
    • Well, without a maintainer, it's dead, plain and simple. If people want to use it, great, but it'd silly for us to promote it in the book when there's a well-maintained and more modern system available.

      Plus when Mason 1.10 comes out I have a feeling the old Mason-CM code will _really_ be dead, because 1.10 will have a fair number of API changes and who knows whether Mason-CM will survive.

      It's worth noting that the MasonHQ site has a very minimal CM system as part of its code. This CM-lite is loosely based on the old Mason-CM, and if someone extracted this from the rest of the site code it might make a nice Mason-CM replacement.