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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • It seems to me that email is just what you want to use the module for. I don’t see how the module’s operation actually has anything whatsoever to do with email. “Best” doesn’t really say anything; maybe Encode::MinCharsetPicker?

    (Btw, I’d have the module only suggest the minimal applicable charset, but not actually do the encoding itself (or only if you ask for it by way of a convenience function). Probably the main function should simply take a list of encodings and the

    • As said in the other comment replies, the actual code doesn't have anything to do with email, other than the default "list of encodings known to be safe in emails" are almost specific to email (which is the point of this module) obviously.

      I'd probably make two functions, one is compatible as encode() (and does encoding itself) and other one like detect_best_encoding(), which returns the name of the encoding but doesn'nt encode itself.