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It is indeed a great feat. However ....

Is it really very stable?

Quoting from your sourceforge page:

  • 01-05-2003

    TinyPerl 2.0 beta published. Now smaller, without need of the little directory ./lib and the XS of Compress::Zlib goes inside PerlLib (Perl58.dll).

    TinyPerl now can create binarys for your script too! ;-P
  • 01-03-2003

    TinyPerl 1.1 released.

I wonder how could you tell in two days that a package as complex as Perl, albeit tiny is stable! Aren't you going too fast?

Now, I don't know about the innards of TinyPerl, but for example it doesn't run things like the Camel code. You may say that it is not the most useful piece of code in an enterprise or that it is not a fair example, but I would investigate why this worldwide known Perl script does not run.... :)1



1 Actually, it runs, but it doesn't print anything.

In reply to Re: TinyPerl 2.0 and new SF site. by cchampion
in thread TinyPerl 2.0 and new SF site. by gmpassos

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