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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • WONDERFULL!

    Are you sure? I think it cheats to make sure it won't run under Acme::Inline::PERL [cpan.org]:

    # use strict; ??

    It seems to be nice clean code, but it won't be strict clean. It's procedural, all in package main::, with HTML inlined within the code.

    It doesn't use -T or warnings, but there are bugs in the former, and people make reasonable arguments about why the latter is not always the best plan in some code.

    I agree that it's wonderful that they are using perl, but it's not wonderful perl. Good, bu