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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Will have to have a look at whether CPAN::YACSmoke can be made pluggable for either CPAN or CPANPLUS now :) Although it's going to have to wait until after YAPC::Europe. I don't think I can juggle that well ;)
  • Any reason IO::Tee [cpan.org] didn’t do it for you? Or why it should be a top-level namespace?

    • There were a few reasons why not IO::Tee:

      • I needed portable command-line teeing of non-perl programs (e.g. make) with STDOUT and STDERR redirection -- IO::Tee only tees Perl handles within Perl programs.

      • For the ptee program, I could have used IO::Tee, but that would have been overkill for the purpose and would have added a dependency.

      • Plus IO::Tee would have meant extra tie overhead when I didn't need any of that.

      As for the namespace, I think we've moved past the point where people are finding t