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I would not be surprised that you will get hit because of this post here. It is a taboo here to talk against Perl ;-)

I don't know about the entire Perl community, but here, this very forum, lots of people (or maybe to be precise those elite, as they called themselves) do not want to hear negative message, do not allow you to spead negative message...

They think they are fight for the goodness of Perl, but they didn't know it is their attitude slowly killing Perl.

Look at the number of years Perl has been around, and how many enterprises use Perl, how many enterprise solutions are in perl, how many people cared to study design patterns for Perl... This does not mean anything? Well, fine if you insist so.

Don't be surprised if they started to call you troll, riot... those only mean that you said something people don't usually hear here, and you shocked them.

No one is guilty because he practiced his freedom of speech.

In reply to Re: Re: Re: perl2exe - no more secrets by Anonymous Monk
in thread perl2exe - no more secrets by merlyn

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