Re^7: what the history behind perl not having "real" threadsby BrowserUk (Pope)
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This has so much been the case that 1) it became required for "forward progress" to become a separate, new project, and 2) has split development resources sufficiently to create questions of sustainability of the language, besides slow the development of the language.
The requirement for legacy compatibility is as much about incumbent control, as it is about not breaking old code.
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