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  • Christ I hate that stuff.
  • Since it says it's inspired by IO::All [], I'm not convinced it's all that bad.

    What makes one man brilliant and the other one a crackpot? What, for example, would people think of most of Damian's modules [], most notably Quantum::Superpositions [], if they weren't originating from him? Not much good, I'm sure...

    • Quantum::Superpositions is actually quite a useful module. Basically, it provides a number of operators for doing set operations over sets of scalars. The name is, admittedly, a rather silly joke (though his talk on it was brilliant), but the core functionality is useful. That's why in Perl 6 this functionality will be part of the core language, but renamed as "junction operators" (aka, set operators).

      Ingy's IO::All is clever because it takes a single large domain (I/O), and provides a DWIMmy, unified A