It almost sounds like you're warning people away from using CGI::Carp entirely. (You probably aren't, but I wanted to post this for the benefit of other readers that might also be confused.) It's mainly the fatalsToBrowser and warningsToBrowser bits that we don't want to see in production code. CGI::Carp's primary purpose is to format out nice, debug-friendly error messages in your server's error logs, so I definitely recommend its use even in production code.
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