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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by dagolden (6584) on 2010.03.05 11:33 (#71752) Journal

    At 2200+ SLOC, I don't think it qualifies as a "Tiny" module except in comparison to CPAN(PLUS).

    -- dagolden [dagolden.com]

    • ::Tiny was never about specific line count (although that was the main practical constraint).

      If it uses less than 10% of the memory consumption of it's peers, and doesn't have any dependencies, it largely meets the main criteria (even if it achieves this by bundling some modules and using a few other tricks).