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(Shrug...)   My take-away has always been that it is a project “in a void universe” ... just another group of Monty Pythons looking for the Holy Grail, and bootstrapping against the reputation of and some of the syntax of “Perl” in the doing of it.   But, all of it to no useful effect.   Quibbling, yes, even here, about how many milliseconds it takes to trigger your right index-finger muscle one more time (or less, as the case may be) in a quest to write things in a way suitable to The Knights Who Say –Er.”   They have been quibbling among themselves for more than six years, give-or-take, and by now I conclude that they will be doing so forever.   Even an encounter with the Holy Larry has not brought any closure to their efforts.   The mythos of “disruptive change” is highly over-rated.

In reply to Re^3: Capturing parenthesis and grouping square brackets by sundialsvc4
in thread Capturing parenthesis and grouping square brackets by Eily

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