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I'd stick with perl for my old scripts that aren't strict safe, and chose the strictperl version for everything that I newly write.

Good news: strictperl exists (though it only enables strict; warnings are more problematic conceptually.)

Bad news: it's a patch against bleadperl and much of the Perl core does not run with strict enabled unilaterally.


In reply to Re^3: [OT] Why I don't use Mysql for new projects (strictperl) by chromatic
in thread [OT] Why I don't use Mysql for new projects by moritz

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