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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Strongly disagree with IO::Handle and warnings. Strictures are important, warnings are not (note that I almost always enable them).

    Would like no indirect, but I doubt it’ll happen.

    Not opposed to C3, but indifferent.

    • What's wrong with IO::Handle? 5.6 could have supported calling methods on lexical filehandles without loading IO::Handle explicitly without violating the Principle of Least Surprise. (I could argue that having an object you can't actually call methods on violates PoLS.)