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Do you somehow think it contradicts what I said?

You're not very good at this are you.

  1. "Code simplification."

    What is the justification for "simplifying" code that has worked perfectly well for a dozen or more releases?

    • Does is improve performance? No.
    • Does make things more secure? No.
    • Does it radically reduce compilation time? No.
    • Does it reduce the number of tests that are needed? No.
    • Does the simplification remove a dependency upon some external library or tool or exotic skillset? No.
  2. "maintaining the level of security"

    You mean, as far as its been considered, it probably didn't make things any worse.

  3. You omitted to mention: "broke a bunch of other people code for no good reason"

    A huge, resounding, emphatic: YES!

Contradict? No.

Show up for the pointless, meaningless, politically motivated, incomplete and non-useful diatribe it is. Abso-frickin-lutely.

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In reply to Re^5: Truly randomized keys() in perl 5.17 - a challenge for testing? by BrowserUk
in thread Truly randomized keys() in perl 5.17 - a challenge for testing? by saintmike

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