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You are programmer. But your code has users. You cannot suggest to your users to install perl with perlbrew, because you'll lose most of them then.

Sure you can :) just give them a perl, http://www.citrusperl.com/helpweb/createdistribution.htm, or an executable

If they want to install from source, fantastic, let them install something new, not something really really old


In reply to Re^5: Stop suggesting to upgrade perl by Anonymous Monk
in thread Stop suggesting to upgrade perl by vsespb

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