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in thread Something to meditate on -- the need for a trendy perl?
Just a note. In an open source project, it is usually a waste of time to try to convince someone to change the project for your benefit. Nothing gets things done like volunteering to put in the effort. I would therefore suggest a different approach, namely:
I understand you don't have much use for Perl in vim but I do. I woul
+d be very interested in helping to ensure that this is supported. I
+understand that Perl is not as widely used on Windows as on Linux.
Please let me know what I can do to make this happen. Any chance ther
+e is some documentation available on how I can set things up to write
+ plugins in Perl? If I get it working, would you be interested in di