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Actually, looks to be you being the troll, and merlyn actually having a good point.

as for:
"I don't know about the entire Perl community, but here, this very forum, lots of people (or maybe to be precise those elite, as they called themselves) do not want to hear negative message, do not allow you to spead negative message..."
why not click the link to see who the poster is first? ;)

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In reply to Re: Re: Re: Re: perl2exe - no more secrets by feanor_269
in thread perl2exe - no more secrets by merlyn

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    [LanX]: it's easier to patch then to migrate to a PHP board, there are many semantics like linking , authorisation, templates ,...
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    [holli]: i was just thinking of the bare content.
    [LanX]: Plenty of "templates" realised with CGI-HTML-function
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