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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • and not the version already mangled by RMS. Ilya is still releasing updates to the original cperl-mode (and Perl 5.10 comes with the latest version at the time of its release). I would prefer to see the 5.10 patches applied to that version instead of promoting the RMS fork.
    • Hi. We try to keep sync'd with IlyaZ, but his version control isn't public and I can't read his mind. Better to have something than nothing, even if you contend that the original emacs is a fork of the original emacs :P
      • Yes, something is better than nothing, and I do appreciate that you put in the effort to get Perl 5.10 support into cperl-mode. I understand that Ilya is not always easy to work with, so I don't know if he rejected applying any patches you may have made against his version.

        As to why I consider the RMS version a fork, just try to get the change history comments from Ilya's version into the RMS version and see what happens...

        However, I just did a diff between the 5.23 versions from Ilya and RMS and they