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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • although Matt Trout came very close when we talked about Enlightened Perl [3] during the Belgian Perl Workshop

    If Enlightened Perl is close, where does it go wrong, where PROPERL goes right? It's not clear from your explanation/manifesto.

    • I did not mean to imply EP goes wrong in any way; it doesn't have the same goals as PROPERL does, that's all. I fully applaud EP and its team and I am already a supporting (paying) member too. The goals of EP are listed on their website (http://www.enlightenedperl.org/) and I think it's a fantastic initiative. But they don't go as far as fixing their efforts to a completely "definable" toolset, which is the ultimate goal of PROPERL. Does this make sense for you?