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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Hi,

    Could you describe the important differences between SQL::Interp and SQL::Interpolate, for someone who's trying to choose?

    Cheers
    • Juerd,

      Thanks for your interest. SQL::Interp and DBIx::Interp were created as a fork, after the author of SQL::Interpolate couldn't be found.

      The core functionality remains unchanged, but I took some liberties on some design decisions as part of the fork:

      - The optional source filtering feature has been removed.
      - The optional "macro" feature was removed
      - A legacy, deprecated function "sql_literal" was removed.
      - The docs were overhauled to try to be simpler and clearer.

      So if you want those removed features, you