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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by pudge (1) on 2007.03.13 22:25 (#53701) Homepage Journal
    In no particular order.
    1. No try/catch facility other than eval, which is suboptimal for various reasons.
    2. Cumbersome signal handling.
    3. Slow startup time for scripts with lots of modules, etc.
    4. Performance penalties for OOP, tie, and similar, which unfortunately can limit their use in certain environments.
    5. Very hard to follow the exact relationships of classes to each other.