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On the other issue, the GNU coding style calls for spaces between function name and parenthesized argument list, and is used by a great many people (though not by me except where required by local standards). I imagine there would be an uproar if perl6 were released only with a GPL incompatible license. I regret there isn't a similar uproar over this issue.
Huh? The GNU coding style is not mandatory for GPL projects. It may be mandatory for GNU projects, but Perl is not part of the GNU Project, is it?

In reply to Re^3: Perl 6 Whitespace Issues by PhilHibbs
in thread How to Sell Perl 6 by Ovid

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