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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I run 2000 at home, but I'm not doing any .NET or local development. I mostly run a freeware editor and SSH clients to transfer my programs to development/production servers. Extremely reliable.

    I did buy the Visual Studio .NET beta a few months ago and that did major mojo to my system, so I uninstalled it and haven't looked back.

    So I agree that if you are doing cutting-edge stuff on Win2k, then God bless you and your sanity. But let's not ignore the fact that Win2k is an awesome platform for us simple folk. ;)

    Jason

    • as I said its not suitable as a development platform. Not unless you have a pristine and never use it for more than a few weeks after which it fills with detrius and collapses under its own weight.

      You don't have to be doing cutting edge stuff - all the work stuff here is IIS 5 / ASP / interdev nothing newer than 18 months - should be pretty stable by now but it isn't.

      we're not doing custom c++ objects or java, just plain old vbscript and its unreliable and slow.

      I spend as much time as possible on the

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      @JAPH = qw(Hacker Perl Another Just);
      print reverse @JAPH;