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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Err, we do have qualified module selection. It's probably not quite fine grained enough yet (i.e. you can ask for a Namespace compatible parser, or a Validating parser, but you can't ask for a Fast one, or a low memory one) but those are just further features that we can define.

    Thanks for doing the benchmark though.
    • Yes I know we have qualified module selection, but not in the way that I think is compatible with what I was describing. Right now you can require a Feature, but it'll blow up if no parser has it.

      Besides, this relies on the fact that module authors declare their parsers to be fast, etc... I don't know if everyone will want to say "My parser is a slow memory hog" ;-)

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      -- Robin Berjon [berjon.com]