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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by Alias (5735) on 2007.12.27 18:48 (#59757) Homepage Journal
    Having warnings enabled by default can sometimes be problematic, for example Apache error logs do have cases where warning spam blows them up (so I don't generally enable warnings in production unless we're seeing problems).

    But having "use 5.012" implicitly mean "use strict;" can only be positive as far as I can see.

    It upgrades one good practice (using strict) to an even better practice (always declaring minimum Perl version compatibility).