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MAD currently still lives in the Perl core, but I guess it has a severe case of bitrot, because nobody seems to work on it, and Larry seems to have lost interest.

Also see on p5p. Most likely it'll get removed in the next release cycle unless somebody works on it.

In reply to Re^3: Why no one port perl5 to Parrot? by Corion
in thread Why no one port perl5 to Parrot? by xiaoyafeng

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