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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by btilly (5037) on 2008.05.29 19:25 (#63079) Journal
    No, they really are developing in a development environment. But the submitter didn't have access to install the module on the development system. And they can't plan on ever releasing the project until your module has been released in production. Managers tend to get unhappy with external dependencies like that.