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Hello Monks. Tried searching for this, but couldn't find the answer.

Was just wondering why perlboot, perltoot, perltooc are deleted in perl 5.16. Since we don't have Moose right now in core library and moreover, perlootut as well as perlobj still focusses primarily on bless. Though we can definitely read those modules by changing the version in dropdown, but they had their own importance - they were written by the perl guru and were great in themselves.

No comparison or flame wars or nothing like that. Just a curiosity.


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