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  • I have to say I was greatly impressed that the Dancer guys have offered to implement some kind of configuration option so I can explicitly turn disable their Dancer-imposed warnings in production...

    This quote makes me very suspicious about the whole contest, since the Mojolicious folks never even heard a single word about this before.

    • by xsawyerx (8978) on 2010.04.08 7:50 (#71857) Journal

      I reckon this post was instigated mainly by me. When Adam turned up on the IRC channel after he read from our posts that strict and warnings are on by default, I tried to explain it's on purpose and asked what the problem with it was.

      This started a whole discussion when Adam said there's no need for it in production and I countered it saying I do want it in production.

      Then the discussion flowed between the rest of the programmers on letting the user be able to change the default warnings on.

      This is also something that's a bit mentioned in my recent post on blogs.perl that mentions we learned that users might want to be able to turn off the warnings.

      I reckon the whole discussion (which involved a lot of experience of Adam and me on being sysadmins) pushed Adam to finally write a "No warning on production, damn it!" post.