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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I tend to think of this along the lines of "making hard things easy and impossible things merely hard". With that in mind, the frontier has shifted since Perl was developing rapidly.

    My gut feeling is that the "wow" factor has become harder for Perl to achieve because what wows people isn't insanely great string, dataset and administrative task manipulation. People want to see results quickly. That's not just about the learning curve -- it's the end-to-end process.

    Part of the advantage of Java in an educa

    • "Improve parallel processing and leveraging multi-core systems"

      I agree about this. It's important going forward.

      Also: Point me at a dynamic language that does this better. No. Not Python. They don't do concurrency. They do the same as Coro does and call it threads.

      As for extending the core: We both know that's against the opinion of the powers to be. And the powers have the good reasons for their agenda. The correct way to do this is an extended core project, either via EPO or not. Have releases of that wit