keeps saying that we
will be able to tell perl6 from perl5 by the "use" lines
changing. Hopefully some time in the next couple of years
you'll be able to tell 5 vs. 6 posts apart that way as well.
# perl 5ish
pragma strict; #
pragma warnings; # No guarantees on what he picks for command names!
method CGI; # They might all be "method" or "invoke" or "%#$" =
At worst, vroom adds a checkbox for "perl6?" and defaults it off
for all old posts...
$you = new YOU;
honk() if $you->love(perl)
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