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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.
    • Isn't writing your own template system a Perl rite of passage? :-)
      • Yes! Everyone should write a templating system. Most people should not release it on CPAN though.
        • This is where you lost me, actually. I think I'm not invading anyone's space (I've taken a single and quite specific namespace), I find this module quite useful for myself to share it with others that might have my same need, and I put it into a place where you can go, rate it with one star and comment at will to discourage others from using it. I'd also like to understand what makes any of us stay inside or outside the "most people" set who should refrain from posting stuff like this in CPAN... If it's bad
          • It does make force people to sift through ever more similar modules. When you’re a novice with no idea what modules are “community standard,” or even if you’re a community veteran looking at an area without an established default choice, that can be a daunting task. How does one evaluate all those modules? How does one compare candidates?