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Lectori monastici cognoscentii will have noticed that the Snippets Section and Code Catacombs have been closed for posting. These sections are now archival only. All new posting of "substantial" code should be done in the Cool Uses For Perl section.

In this way, Snippets Section and Code Catacombs follow the old Craft section into crepuscular obsolescence. All three sections were "strange", implemented using peculiar data structures and code; CUFP is "normal", being implemented with the same structure and code as the other major sections (SOPW, Meds, PMD, etc.).

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In reply to Snippets Section and Code Catacombs deprecated for new posting by jdporter

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