The README is three lines long (aside from build instructions) and doesn't mention C macros at all. It comes with no examples and no tests. It is, for all intents and purpose aside from the author's own use, worthless.
Re: Re: Re: Re: A Macro System for Perl?
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Calling something worthless because you are
unwilling/unable to take a peak under the hood
to accomdate the author's laziness/lack of foresight
is tantamount to calling a box of toothpicks
without directions useless.
s/box of toothpicks/box of gears and springs/. Sure, there's a fully-functional clock in there somewhere, but I'm not going to find it. Seriously, though, glancing at the source for a couple of seconds makes me think it will behave like CPP for simple things, with '#' replaced by '#%'. My favorite thing, though, was the TODO file, which I quote in its entirety: