in reply to Perl and London Broil: The future of computing magic?
Well, I think CPAN is what most developers are jealous of when they don't get to work in Perl. The problem here seems to be one of distribution packaging.
While Python's cheeseshop is definitely no CPAN, the distutils tools provide a good starting foundation for creating a standard way for packaging and distributing Python modules and applications.
Perhaps there's a Perl equivalent (or maybe there should be if there isn't one).
PHP is really behind on pretty much everything. It's a nice toy, but is no real comparison to Perl or much of anything else.
print$_%15?$_%3?$_%5?$_:'Buzz':'Fizz':'Fizzbuzz' for 1..100;