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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I agree about dp. Although I used it only to get Ruby and subversion onto my iBook.

    As for Tcl...so? Tcl is a nice little language. Has its quirks but so does Perl. They are even adding OO to the core in the next release. I use it for small gui utilities myself. Tcl has come a long way, just as Perl has.

    • As for Tcl...so? Tcl is a nice little language. Has its quirks but so does Perl. They are even adding OO to the core in the next release. I use it for small gui utilities myself. Tcl has come a long way, just as Perl has.

      Specificly to do with TCL, me and ports...

      I know Perl. I don't know TCL. I can (and have) patched fink. I can't patch port (and it needs patching) without a lot of work. This is highly inconvenient to me and effects my choice.

      Also port == 2500 line TCL script. fink == modularized syste

    • Tcl is nice roughly in the way Perl 4 was nice. I wouldn’t do much bigger things with Tcl than I would with bash, or would have with Perl 4.